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Curry Cumin Mini Sausage Rolls

Updated on May 27, 2015
Curry Sausage rolls
Curry Sausage rolls

Mini Cumin Curry Mini Sausage Rolls

Mini Cumin Curry Mini Sausage Rolls.

Sausage rolls, served hot or cold have always been a favorite snack in my household, normally served as part of a buffet.

My family have always only made two types, a herb sausage variety, or vegetarian cheese ones. Although both are delicious in their own rights, here I show you a completely original variation, that are equally delicious and make a refreshing change from the norm.


No need to buy sausages to make these sausage rolls

I have seen many sausage roll recipes where you actually buy sausages, peel of the skins and and use this as your meat in the roll. I find this unnecessary. Not only to you have less control over the flavor and ingredients, they can also work out to be quite expensive to make.

This can easily be avoided by doing the following.

Good pork mince is cheap to buy, and when you flavor with herbs, spices and some breadcrumbs is much better than using shop bought sausages. It's that simple!


Use ready made puff pastry

I also use ready made puff pastry for this recipe, most professional chefs also use this. This will give a lovely light finish to the rolls.

Simply fill them up with your sausage meat mixture, roll them and cut them. As I'm a bit cheffy I use cling film to wrap them in and roll them to make them all the same thickness. This will help for even cooking, but is not essential.

Then egg wash them, and once cut, are ready for the oven, da daaa!


Make your mince, don't use sausages!

I'm adding some spice to these ones, flavored to my families personal preferences, but the great thing about making these, is that once you know how simple they are to make, you can experiment yourself until you find your own personal favorite.


Sausage roll variations

The mild curry flavor to these rolls really does work well, giving everybody that tries them a very pleasant surprise. I always think there will be some left over, but once we start picking, they are very moreish and always disappear in one sitting, in fact, if my two sons are around I am lucky if I even get to try one.

Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 45 min
Ready in: 1 hour
Yields: makes 20 - 30

Ingredients

  • 1 ready to roll packet of Puff Pastry
  • 225 g / 8 oz pork mince
  • Dried cumin
  • dried curry powder
  • Paprika
  • Mild chili powder
  • Dried mixed herbs
  • Dried or fresh coriander
  • Salt and pepper
  • 100 g / 4 oz dried white breadcrumbs
  • 1 egg

Instructions

  1. In a large bowl add the pork mince and breadcrumbs
  2. To this add a small teaspoonful of each of the herbs and spices
  3. Add the fresh coriander if using
  4. Season with salt and pepper
  5. Thoroughly mix together using your hands
  6. Smell the mixture and add any more of the spices according to your taste
  7. Lightly flour a large sheet of cling film with a sieve
  8. Roll out your ready to use puff pastry on top of the floured clingfilm
  9. Take some of the meat mixture and roughly roll into a long sausage shape and lie near the edge of the puff pastry from one end to the other. If it is two difficult to do this all in one go simply make 3 or 4 smaller sausages and lay them together to make one long sausage
  10. Carefully picking up the end of the cling film, use this to roll the pastry over the sausage until slightly over lapping the pastry so the whole of the meat is covered with an edge on one side
  11. Cut along the edge separating your sausage roll in clingfilm from the rest of the pastry. You can now roll this to ensure the sausage mix is even inside
  12. Pinch the edge of the pastry together, if you find the it doesn't stick very well a little beaten egg lightly brushed on one side of the inside of the pastry will help
  13. Place to one side and repeat this process until all the sausage meat and pastry is used
  14. Remove the clingfilm and cut the long rolls into even sizes of your choice
  15. Preheat oven to 180 - 200 C / 400 F
  16. Cover a baking tray with baking parchment and place the curry sausage rolls on it, making sure a slight gap is left between each one
  17. Whisk the egg in a bowl and and paint onto the rolls using a pastry brush
  18. Cook for 25 to 30 mins until golden brown
  19. Serve hot or brown
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I'd love to hear your opinions and tips on your favorite savory snacks

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    • peterb6001 profile imageAUTHOR

      Peter Badham 

      4 years ago from England

      @esmonaco: Thank you esmonaco,

      When you do try them I'd love to know what your opinion is. Thanks for pinning to :)

    • esmonaco profile image

      Eugene Samuel Monaco 

      4 years ago from Lakewood New York

      These look delicious, I'm going to pin this so I can make them soon. I love anything with sasuage. One of my favorites is pepperoni rolls. Thanks For The Recipe!!

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