Home made Sausage Rolls ...

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    yep all the ingredients go in raw at 190 deg for 25-30 mins
    snorky rolls eh? ive not heard of that one til this thread ... i like :D
     
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    Yeah I do them raw, otherwise they end up a bit dry ?

    Sausage rolls are so awesome, 15 mins prep and 20 mins to cook. You can freeze them too, not sure how long they last in the freezer but they usually don't last long here anyway :thumbup:
     
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    snorkies = sausages :D
     
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    yes dry and burnt lol

    absolutely you can freeze them yes ... this batch makes roughly 32 mini rolls so great to make in advance and reheat in oven for 10 mins @ 190deg when u want them.
    the recipe tells me the cooked product can be frozen for upto 2 months.

    is this an eastern coast thing?

    the deprived life of the central australian sigh :upset:
     
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    not sure


    my best mate called them snorkies one day while we were cooking a BBQ

    I pissed myself laughing at him (go on, say it out loud... "snorkies") and have called them snorkies ever since :thumbup:
     
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    I've heard of snags but never snorkies.

    we only use sausage mince when we make our sausage rolls. I should try a pork mince one day, that sounds nice.
     
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    I don't understand people who make judgement on taste when they have never tried it!
     
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    I have not been to a single bakery that can make a good sausage roll. It not like it is rocket science. (One dodge ass bakery even passed off sausages wrapped in puff pastry as sausage rolls. :wired: Walked straight in and out of that one!)

    From memory our sausage rolls consist of sausage mince, an egg, herbs and spices, a very small amount of bread crumbs, minced garlic, and very finely grated onion, carrot and apple.

    I know apple sounds strange but it adds a heap to the flavour. Im not sure if its the sweetness it adds but it just lifts them.
     
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    When you do find one Pugs, let me know.
     
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    A friend of mine owns a bakery near me. Personally i hate his sausage rolls.
    His pies however are killer - he once told me he makes 500 of them daily - all for consumption none are wholesaled out.

    I also like the home made look of things particularly when you go into a shop. Cakes that are all the same size and shape bore me.
     
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    The quick way for me to make them is to buy sasuages (bloody good ones) and some puff pastry. Roll sasuages in the puff and cut into bite size pce. Cook untill golden.
     
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    Just made a batch.


    500g Lamb mince
    1 Home Brand French Onion Soup Mix
    1 Home Brand Chicken Noodle Soup Mix
    Paprika
    Garlic
    Moroccan Spice
    Onion
    Breadcrumbs.

    Combine all.


    EXCEPT


    I removed about all of the noodles as best I could from the chicken noodle pack, as I don't want to die from MSG just yet. I did the same with the French onion mix, saving the onion flakes. Some of the powder from each got into the mix, but that's ok.


    This recipe is approved by BFM. Then again, after I told him it was mostly the same meat mix as rissoles, he instantly said it was bad :p

    (The man doesn't like rissoles, what can I say.)
     
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    I also made some today and they came out today except for a couple of soggy pastry bottoms but I think that's my ovens fault.

    Anyway, girlfriend tried it and said "they taste like meatloaf in pastry".... i told her thats basically what a sausage roll is.
     
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    As ashamed as I am..

    A chitticks sausage roll is as good as I need...
     
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    If you go to a butcher that makes italian sausages, you can ask for just the filling (ie not in casing yet) otherwise yeah just buy the sausages and squeeze the filling out.

    Only a little bit of bacon, if you can get the really good smoked one and you cut it into little pieces and fry it until it's really crunchy, adds texture to your sausage roll.

    Grated apple whoever mentioned it, gonna try that, apple always goes well with pork so why not in a sausage roll!
     
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    looks like my sausage rolls are gonna have to be supersized - theres just too many things i want to put in them now.

    However - im gonna give spring rolls a crack soon.

    mmm so hungry!
     
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    In Hornsby on the Pacific Highway just down from the tafe there is a small asian bakery who used to sell Sausage rolls for 90 cents back in the day and they were the most fantastic ones I had ever eaten. They were greasy, but they tasted home made and who could argue for 90 cents!

    Great recipes though I'd love to have a crack at these one day. Haven't had a sausage roll in ages!
     
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    what is your location good SIR?
     
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    Holy jesus they look good..
    Might make some :D
     
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    I am from Adelaide

    God bless the frog cake!
     

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