Sausage Rolls

https://www.outbackchef.com.au/recipes/tomato-relish/

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Sausage rolls are a great standby, not only for hungry kid, but a great finger food for guests. They can be frozen and served with my Tomato Relish make a real hit!

 2 cups Cabbage, finely chopped
 1 ½ cups Carrot, grated
 ½ cup Spring onions, finely chopped
 1 cup Breadcrumbs
 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
 250 g Kangaroo mince
 250 g Beef sausage mince
 1 tsp Native Pepper
 2 tbsp Tomato Paste
 5 Shortcurst pastry
 1 Egg for egg wash
 Sesame seeds, optional

1

Put all the ingredients, except for the pastry, egg and sesame seeds into a food processor and mix together.
I used my stick blender for this and it works well.

2

Once the mixture has come together, doesnt matter if it isnt completely smooth, a few bits of vegetable etc showing isnt a problem....just adds to the look.

Place one sheet of pastry on the bench and put a row of the meat mixture

3

Starting at the meaty end roll up

4

Brush with the slightly beaten egg and top with sesame seeds. Cut into sausage rolls, I cut the roll in half and then then half again, but you might want a smaller or larger size, up to you

5

Repeat the process with the other four pastry pieces.
You might want to divide your mixture into 5 before you start to ensure even distribution onto the pastry.

6

Place onto a baking tray lined with baking paper and cook for approx 50 minutes, until golden brown.
Oven temperature approx 190/200C, depending on oven and size of the sausage rolls.

7

Enjoy with my Tomato Relish, recipe on line

Ingredients

 2 cups Cabbage, finely chopped
 1 ½ cups Carrot, grated
 ½ cup Spring onions, finely chopped
 1 cup Breadcrumbs
 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
 250 g Kangaroo mince
 250 g Beef sausage mince
 1 tsp Native Pepper
 2 tbsp Tomato Paste
 5 Shortcurst pastry
 1 Egg for egg wash
 Sesame seeds, optional

Directions

1

Put all the ingredients, except for the pastry, egg and sesame seeds into a food processor and mix together.
I used my stick blender for this and it works well.

2

Once the mixture has come together, doesnt matter if it isnt completely smooth, a few bits of vegetable etc showing isnt a problem....just adds to the look.

Place one sheet of pastry on the bench and put a row of the meat mixture

3

Starting at the meaty end roll up

4

Brush with the slightly beaten egg and top with sesame seeds. Cut into sausage rolls, I cut the roll in half and then then half again, but you might want a smaller or larger size, up to you

5

Repeat the process with the other four pastry pieces.
You might want to divide your mixture into 5 before you start to ensure even distribution onto the pastry.

6

Place onto a baking tray lined with baking paper and cook for approx 50 minutes, until golden brown.
Oven temperature approx 190/200C, depending on oven and size of the sausage rolls.

7

Enjoy with my Tomato Relish, recipe on line

Sausage Rolls
By | 2018-11-06T04:12:34+00:00 November 6th, 2018|4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Bob January 18, 2019 at 5:50 pm

    I wasn’t too sure about using Kangaroo mince, we’ve never had it before, but surprise surprise everyone was OK with it and said that they’d eat it agin

    • OutbackChef January 22, 2019 at 4:50 pm

      Kangaroo is a really healthy meat with next to no fat. Anything new is a challenge and I’m glad that your family were up for it.

  2. Samantha March 9, 2019 at 9:32 pm

    Oh my gosh, the perfect footy food for a cold Saturday arvo, my boyfriend loved these

  3. OutbackChef March 11, 2019 at 5:30 am

    Yep, footy season is upon us, so enjoy them while you watch the game, I’ve made these many times for family and friends for game day get together.

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