We just loved this, I halved the recipe and got 24 mini sausage rolls which were just a right size, I had mine with sweet chilli sauce, the DS with tomatoe and the DM as is - I ended up with 6 left over which the DM as claimed for lunch. I baked these at 200C fan forced for 5 minutes and then 20 minutes at 180C but would up this by 5 to 10 degreese to give a slighly more crispier effect and will grease the baking tray better. Thank you bluemoon downunder and a change for me NOT made for a tag game.
A lovely light sausage roll.I managed to forget to include the chopped herbs (two neat little piles left on my chopping board-oops!!),which I think would have lifted the flavouring a little,but they were still tasty.I loved the carrot and the zucchini,and it's a great way of sneaking veggies in,if you have picky eaters,or just for getting in a bit extra!! I feel a little mean in giving this four stars,but I have to make a distinction between this and another of BlueMoon's recipes (Sausage Rolls),which I personally think is just simply fabulous,and has the edge on this recipe.Thanks for another great sausage roll recipe BlueMoon! Made for Gimme Five.
Awesome sausage rolls. My family loved these. I put more parsley instead of the cilantro. I did add 2 tbsp of sweet chili sauce, 1 tsp season salt and 1/2 tsp pepper to the meat mixture. I rolled the puff pastry into a 12x14 piece and used a pipping bag(no nozzle) to pipe the meat mixture into a line and then fold the pastry over and brush it with egg wash, then measured 2 inches cutting with a pizza wheel. I do think they need the 30 minutes in the fridge. I baked them on parchment paper and at 400 degrees mine were done in 20 minutes. My family comments were that they were less greasy tasting than if using pork and the veggies were a nice addition. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe, its one I will be making again.
Very tasty! I added roasted red peppers and garlic, and used sage and rosemary instead of coriander. I also used some refrigerated crescent roll dough I had on hand instead of puff pastry. They were a huge hit!
These were pretty easy and really popular, thanks. They worked well even without egg (I used a tapioca based substitute). I made half the batch with filo pastry and these were a bit more delicate but no one seemed to mind. All disappeared equally fast :-)
Great party/snack food for young children. Nice cold and would make a healthy addition to the lunchbox served with sweet chilli sauce. I added chopped garlic, ginger & chilli to some of the mixture ...this tweeked the flavour up a notch for adult tastebuds.