Mid week baking ~ Chorizo Sausage Rolls

Hi everyone, I’m sorry haven’t posted anything it a while life has been a little busy but i have a few posts to come soon! Today is bake-off day so i thought its a perfect time to share with you my favourite recipe, enjoy!!

Chorizo Sausage Rolls
I love making these Sausage rolls for long journeys, i remember the first time i visited Edinburgh we traveled up by train and i made these and Homemade Quiche’s they went down a treat!

You will need…
Read rolled Puff Pastry 1 Beaten Egg
400g Good quality Chorizo Sausages Ground Black Pepper

What to do…
Pre Heat oven to 180 C (350F) and line 2 large baking tray’s
Take the Sausages out of there skins and leave to one side. I tend to keep them in the Sausage shape, this makes it easier when placing on your pastry.
Lay out your ready rolled pastry on to a lightly floured suffice and cut in half lengthways. Then please your Sausage meat in the middle of the pastry rectangles. Leaving a small amount of free pastry at each end.
Lightly brush the edges of the pastry with the beaten egg and roll up. I love to Crimp so i crimp the edges like you would with a Cornish Pasty. You don’t have to but i think it gives them a nicer finish. Then cut in to any size you like.
If making long Sausage rolls lightly cut 2 to 3 slits in the top.

Place on to your lined baking tray and brush over the egg and bake for 25 ~ 30 minutes, until golden crispy and puffed. leave to cool for around 20 minute before moving in to a tin or before Eating.

Whats your favourite treat you make when traveling? Leave your comments or questions in the comments below!

Sophie Xx

(This recipe has been Created by me)

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