Homemade Sausage Rolls

Cheap, easy and oh so delicious & at 18p a sausage roll its a bargain!

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Step 1:

  • Pre-heat your over to 200 degrees
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  • run the sausages under a cold tap to firm them up slightly and then run a sharp knife across the casing to remove the meat inside and place into a mixing bowl.
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  • add salt and pepper and thyme (or any other herbs you like. Sometimes i add chilli or mustard powder or even chopped up apple or some chorizo!)
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  • mix all the ingredients together and then roll out the pastry into a large square about 2-3mm thick. Mine never goes square square, it’s more like a square with lots of wavy edges but that doesn’t matter.
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  • cut the pastry into smaller rectangles. If you are using the tesco own brand i was able to make 10 rectangles out of it.
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  • use the egg wash to paint the rectangles.
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  • then place a small amount (about the size of a small meatball) on the top of the rectablge and make into a sausagey oblong tube shape and then roll the pastry down. This wraps or encases the sausage meat.
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  • do this with all of them and lay them on a baking try covered in greaseproof paper.
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  • then run an egg wash on top of all of them and sprinkle with some sesame seeds.
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  • pop them into the middle of the oven for 25-30 mins and they should go a lovely golden brown colour. All done!!!