Quick And Easy Party Sausage Rolls…

Happy Friday, the weekend is almost here!

Quick And Easy Party Sausage Rolls anyone?

Always a good recipe to have in for last minute picnic or party ideas.

My kids always love to make sausage rolls on Christmas Eve!!

Every year we plan to make them and the children love helping make them.

Well, the first batch anyway. Once they have eaten them whilst they are warm, it is usually me making more to replace the onces that have mysteriously disappeared.

Here are our favourite, quick and easy sausage rolls recipe that we make every year when we are in a rush.

How To Make Quick And Easy Party Sausage Rolls:

Makes 24

What You Need :

  • 2 x 320g Ready made puff pastry sheets
  • 1 x 454g Pork sausage meat
  • Milk to glaze tops


How To Make:

  1. Pre-heat your oven to 180c.
  2. Grease 2 baking trays.
  3. Roll out puff pastry sheets.
  4. Slice down the middle, longways.
  5. Open sausage meat and cut into 4 , long ways.
  6. Roll sausage meat into long strips.
  7. Brush a little milk on to sides and stick together.
  8. Cook each row into 6 and cut 2 slits into the top.
  9. Cook for around 25 minutes until golden brown.
  10. Repeat no.9 with any leftover sausage rolls that did not fit on the first trays. 

Nice cooler after 10 minutes or cold as party food.

Mplentypenty to eat a few warm and still have some for later cold.

Do you like sausage rolls?

Which are your favourites?

Hot or cold?

Or both?

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