When I was a kid, Mum often had homemade sausage rolls waiting for us as an after school snack. She’d pop them in the oven when she left to pick us up from school and they’d be hot and golden brown ready for us to devour when we arrived home. This is my tribute to those quick, delicious childhood treats. Mum used plain sausage mince, but there’s such a variety of good quality sausages available today, you can mix it up a bit with any flavour you like. Serve these two-bite party sausage rolls with a glass of apple juice for an after school snack, or a cider, such as St Ronan’s from the Yarra Valley, if you prefer. I use Carême butter puff pastry; the bonus is it’s already the right dimensions and you can leave it on the plastic it’s wrapped in and use that plastic to wrap the rolls for refrigerating. See video below for another favourite after school treat or, if you’re after something more grown up, try my Spicy Lamb Sausage Rolls. They’re delicious too!
Makes about 14
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