You will start to see a pattern emerging with my favourite recipes… They’re all really easy, super quick, yet totally delish!!
I am rather impatient and as much as I love cooking and baking, I like for the ingredients and recipes to not be too complicated…
These sausage rolls have been enjoyed by many and are always well received so why not pop the ingredients onto your next food shop and give them a go.
They’re perfect as a canapé, part of a ploughman’s, sharing platter, picnic, or just a snack!
Please do share your pics of what you make, I would love to see them.
Caramelised Red Onion Sausage Rolls
5 butchers sausages
1 ready rolled puff pastry pack
100g caramelised red onion chutney
(you can use as much or as little of this as you want)
1 egg (whisked)
A handful of seeds
(poppy seeds can look lovely, as can sesame seeds, or just mix them up!)
Preheat your oven to 180-200 oC
Roll out your puff pastry and cut a line down the middle so you have 2 long lengths.
Place a constant line of chutney down the middle of each long length, making sure it’s just a thin layer of chutney.
Take the skin off your sausages and place them on top of the chutney, squashing them slightly.
Wrap the pastry round the chutney and sausage so that you have a seam, & turn the long sausage rolls over.
Whisk your egg, and brush the egg onto the long lengths of sausage rolls.
Using a sharp knife, cut your sausage rolls to size & sprinkle with seeds.
Place them onto a lined baking tray with space around each one.
Pop them in the oven for about 20 mins until golden brown, but do keep and eye on them.
Once golden brown, remove and place on a cooling rack. I use a spatula to remove them from the baking parchment.
Enjoy hot or cold…