Yes, you have probably arrived
here because you want some sausage rolls and although you have eaten
them many times you can’t quite remember how to make sausage rolls.
A quick trawl through your
recipe book will have revealed some sausage roll recipes to make the
perfect sausage roll but it probably suggests making flaky or short
crust pastry and involves using and mixing sausage meat.
Great, this is the way of
sausage roll recipes and they can be gourmet creations, but it’s a time
consuming method and not really suitable for a quick party recipe.
If you have limited time or
energy left then you need a sausage roll recipe that's easy
How to make sausage rolls
If you want to make sausage rolls easily and quickly you could do worse
than follow the sausage roll recipes below.
Buy some frozen puff or short crust pastry from the store.
Buy some sausages whatever ones you like to eat.
You will also need a little milk and something to brush it on.
The sausage roll recipes all contain the same ingredients
Flour a board and roll out your pastry into a long rectangle. The
rectangle should be both long enough to contain the sausages and wide
enough to envelope your sausages with a little left over to form a flap
to seal the sausage roll in while it is cooking.
Line up the sausages and envelope the pastry around them.
Using a little milk on a brush you will be able to glue the pastry flap
together and that will hold the sausage roll together when it is in the
By now you have one long sausage roll, so its time to get your knife and
cut the large sausage roll into sausage roll size pieces.
Take a sharp knife and cut one or two slits in the rolls to allow the
air to circulate while they are in the oven.
Using the brush put a few strokes of milk on each of the small sausage
rolls to give them that wonderful colour on the pictures you see of
sausage roll recipes.
Put them on a lightly greased baking tray and place them in the oven for
about a half an hour at 200 to 210 degrees.
The cooking times are variable but you will probably find the correct
cooking times are already on the pastry packet so follow these if they
Finally take them out of the oven and put them on a rack to cool. These
sausage rolls can be frozen at this point and reheated once later on.
They always taste best when they are cold or straight from the oven
The sausage roll recipes can be made with either puff (flaky pastry) or
short crust pastry. Both of these types can be purchased from a food
store ready prepared.