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Sausage Rolls - From England Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Debbie Park
Added: Wednesday, October 14, 2009

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Packet of frozen pastry sheets
16 oz of pork sausage (i.e. Jimmy Dean's or similar)
1 egg beaten

Directions:
Directions:
On a well floured board roll out the pastry sheets and divide into equal rectangles (typically I get 3 rectangular strips 4in x 10in from each sheet of pastry). Divide the sausage into 6 equal parts & roll out into a long thin sausage to fit down the center of each rectangular strip.
Brush the beaten egg along the length of one side of the pastry. Fold the other side of the pastry over the sausage meat so that it is on top of the egg washed side. Use a fork to gently seal down the two edges of the pastry leaving a pattern along the edge. Brush the beaten egg all over the top of the pastry and using a pizza cutter or very sharp knife cut the long sausage roll into smaller 3 inch pieces. Bake in oven at 375F for 20 mins or until golden brown

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
The sausage rolls can be cut into 1 inch pieces and make wonderful party appetizers.

 

 

 

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