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    Default home made sausage rolls

    anyone have a recipe ?
    I am living in the USA and these crazy people don't have sausage rolls hahaha and I'm cravin them bad ! also thought it would be something fun I could make with the kids

    I've always just made them with sausage mince... but I don't even know of they have that here ?

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    I buy beef chevapi sausages, cook them, wrap them up in puff pastry and bung in the oven. they're delicious!

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    It's been a long time but from memory they did but under another name. When i make them I use normal low fat mince and just add the grated carrot and zucchini to add the flavour

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    I buy gourmet sausages, take the meat out of the casings, add some dried breadcrumbs & then put the mixture into the puff pastry. Don't forget to brush with a milk/egg wash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by loving6 View Post
    It's been a long time but from memory they did but under another name. When i make them I use normal low fat mince and just add the grated carrot and zucchini to add the flavour
    I do similar. I get chicken mince and moosh in some garlic and chives or parsley and sometimes grate in a carrot. I've experimented with adding cheese too. Then I wrap in puff pastry and make.

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    I use sausage mince, grated apple, grated carrot, egg, breadcrumbs, 1/2 cup chutney, finely chopped onion. they a beautiful and moist .

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    I use beef mince, chicken mince, a red onion, garlic, goog quality tomato sauce, parsley, a zucchini and a carrot and half a cup of breadcrumbs.

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    500g beef mince
    500g chicken mince
    Grated carrot
    Grated zucchini
    1 diced onion
    Tomato sauce
    Sweet chilli sauce
    A beef stock cube
    Breadcrumbs
    Egg

    That's the basics we tend to throw in whatever sauces we have handy
    Last edited by daysta112; 28-07-2012 at 09:11.

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    I do
    500g sausage mince
    500g mince
    2 eggs
    2/3 cups of bread crumbs
    1 onions fried
    1 tsp garlic
    3 tbl spoons BBQ sauce


 

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