Sausage Rolls Recipe

Hi Everyone! One of my favorite Nigerian Pastry is Sausage Rolls and I mentioned here that I would share the   recipe soon. It is one of the first pastry I ever tried to make too. Its so simple to make and I love mine bite size. I have given this recipe to a few friends and they have been pleased with the results. In the past I used salted butter but I recently have been cutting down my salt intake  and switching butter didn't change the taste. Try it and let me know what you think.

Ingredients:
2 sticks of unsalted butter (room temperature)
4 cups of all purpose flour
1 cup of  water (room temperature)
1 teaspoon salt
3 teaspoons sugar
1 pack of uncooked breakfast turkey or any other choice of meat
2 eggs (crack and whisk together)

Makes 54 mini sausage rolls

  In a large mixing bowl add the flour, butter, sugar and sugar



Using your hand, mix it together then add water and continue mixing till it becomes a nice smooth dough 

It should look like this

Sprinkle some flour on your rolling surface/ board.Using a rolling pin spread out the dough until even.Once its spread out evenly, use a knife to cut out lines



Add the sausage 

Roll

Cut 

I don't grease my baking pan, I just place parchment paper on the baking sheet and lay the sausage rolls on it.

Use a brush to cover each sausage with the egg mix


Use a fork to punch holes 3 times across the sausage rolls 

Bake in the oven at 365 degrees for 20 minutes. It might take less or more time depending on your oven. Final product should look like this. Cut one in half with a knife to make sure it is completely baked.

12 comments:

  1. *drool* I am going to try this! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  2. oh wow look how neat your dough looks! LOL

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  3. Ok...I'm laughing at myself right now because I made something yesterday in the name of sausage roll that didn't come out like this...

    I'm so glad you made this post...
    Now I have to muscle up the courage to try again...

    take care

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  4. Great job with the prep/presentation. Not only do they look good they taste good as well. Soon this will be a mainstream H'orderve :)

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  5. They look so tasty. I really need to start using your recipes. I really miss stealing them from your fridge. Keep up the good work.

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  6. Wow!!! I am so hungry ...this is going to my books too, love it Titi

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  7. Yum!!!! Thanks for sharing this recipe :D

    Adiya

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  8. those sausages r callin me, kai! nice wrk.

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  9. Hmmm...thanks for sharing but I'll just order mine from Pastry Delite. They taste and look great!

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  10. Now that looks good! You have a lovely blog :)

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  11. Thanks alot for ur helpful guidence.. u are truly a beatiful nigerian woman!!!!!!!

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