Since a kid, I have always loved sausage rolls; especially the finely spiced ones you could get back in The Netherlands from the HEMA.
I always thought that making your own sausage rolls would be a fairly complicated thing to make…. until I came across this recipe from a friend of ours.
This recipe for snack-size sausage rolls will blow your mind, as it’s that easy to make your own fresh crunchy Sausage rolls in just over 45 minutes. Plus, it even includes some fresh hidden vegetables (carrots) for the kids 🙂
These little snacks are perfect for parties or a quick Friday night family TV dinner. Plus, they go well with tomato ketchup, dutch curry sauce or sweet chilli sauce.
Give it a try and let us know how you went.
Preheat the oven at 200 degrees and line a baking sheet on a baking tray
Defreeze 3 sheets of Puff Pastry
Peel and rasp the carrot in a small bowl
Add the salt to the rasped carrot and mix it well. Let is sit for a few minutes.
Take the "meat filling" out of each sausage.
Divide the sausage meat over the 3 sheets where each sheet has 2 "long sausages (see image)
Take the carrot/salt mixture out of the bowl and squeeze out the excess water.
Put a little bit of the carrot/salt mixture besides the sausage meat
Crack and whisk the egg in a bowl to create an egg wash
Add some egg wash with a brush on the middle and all sides of the sheet of puff pastry. This is the glue to keep it all together :)
Fold the edge tightly together with the filling, and roll it till the other edge of the pastry.
Cut the sausage rolls in quarters
Place all the mini sausage rolls on the baking sheet
Make 2 small cut on each of the mini sausage rolls
Use the brush to apply a thin layer of egg wash onto the top of the sausage rolls, then repeat this step one more time so it will come out golden and extra crunchy!
Place them into the preheated oven for approx. 25-30 minutes until they are crispy and gold brown :)
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