These sausage rolls are so easy and so yummy for school lunches or straight out the oven!

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Ingredients (makes 36 Sausage rolls)

  • 3 sheets Puff pastry
  • 250 gms sausage mince
  • 1 whisked egg

Method

  1. thaw puff pasty and cut into 3 equal sections ( 3 rectangles)
  2. place sausage mince into each rectangle and roll up
  3. chop each sausage roll into portions (i do 4 per roll) Pierce with a fork and paint on the whisked egg.
  4. cook at 180 for 30 mins


  • They are definitely the easiest!

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  • Fabulous recipe for the school holidays, even better the kids can help make them!

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  • I’ve squeezed the inside out of sausages before. That’s almost the same. The kids prefer this to my fancy up the mince ones. Have done it with chicken mince too.


    • Chicken mince sounds yummy must try that one.

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  • Super easy i deed. I do the same for a gf vegetarian versionwith gf pastry and mashed up tastytempeh or quorn mince.

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  • These are very simple and great when I’m time poor

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  • Super easy sausage rolls – I always make these when having guests over.

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  • Always a big success with kids!!

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  • We love homemade sausage rolls. I add to these ingredients grated zucchini, carrot and onion and a little bit of bbq sauce. Delish!

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  • Very simple. Think I would add sone veggies and sone extra flavours

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  • yum, not for some home made tomato sauce…

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  • Easy peasy. Love it, thanks so much!

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  • We are such a huge fan of these house. I have made them this way, but sometimes add onion, grated zucchini and carrot to get some vegies into my son!!

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  • Such a simple, fast and easy recipe, not to mention it so yummy. I addes some chopped onion, vegies, and herbs in. Thanks.

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  • Such a simple recipe, great, taste, and so simple to make. Not to mention very yummy. I added some chopped onion, vegies and herbs in. Thanks.

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  • Easy to add some grated carrot to as well. The kids will happily eat them.

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