Grandmas Sausage Rolls
When you hear that someone is using a recipe passed down from their grandma you know it’s going to be a winner. This recipe is no different.
My grandma makes the best sausage rolls. And no, i’m not biased. I even eat them cold. This is her recipe and it is super easy- even the kids can help. Best eaten straight out the oven with a good slather of sauce.
600 grams sausage mince (I have also used pork or pork and veal mince)
1 onion, finely chopped
BBQ sauce (about a TBSP)
Worcestershire sauce (about a TBSP)
4 sheets ready rolled puff pastry
Small amount of milk
Preheat oven to 190 degrees celcius.
Place mince, egg, onion, mixed herbs and sauces in large bowl and mix well until well combined.
Cut each piece of defrosted puff pastry in half.
Dust hands lightly with flour, pinch off large piece of sausage mix and roll mixture into a long sausage shape.
Lay the sausage shaped mix in the middle of the 1/2 piece of puff pastry.
Brush one side of the pastry with some milk with a pastry brush.
Fold the unbrushed side of the pastry over the sausage mixture and roll up. Push on it lightly to ensure that the milk side is stuck together with the pastry.
Prick the top of the sausage roll several times with a fork.
Brush the top lightly with some milk.
Cut into bite sized pieces.
Place on a lightly greased (or baking paper) oven tray for approx 20 minutes or until golden brown.
Remove and serve with your favourite sauce.