So I got back from getting my hair done and got straight on with my baking, the next things to be ready were these. I had to stop Mr S from eating them all!
Not only did the man in front of me at the cheese stall get the last bit of mozzarella but the lady gave me wensleydale cheese instead of Stilton. Waste not, want not and I did not have time to go back so I just stuck it in these.
- Skin some good pork sausages
- Toast and chop some walnuts
- Crumble some, ahem, wensleydale
- Roughly chop some parsley
- Beat an egg
- Get a pack of puff pastry ready
- Heat the oven to 190ºc (fan)
- Get flour, butter & seasoning ready
In a large blow, mix the sausage meat with the nuts, cheese and parsley and season well.
Roll out the pastry and cut into 3 strips.
Divide the sausage mixture into 3 and roll our to 3 ‘sausages’ to the length of the strips.
Brush the edge of each piece of pastry and, starting from the other side, roll the sausage into the pastry. Sealing with the edge you have brushed. Turn over the seal side down and cut each strip into about seven.
Pop on a baking tray, slash each sausage roll with a knife and brush all over with egg.
Bake in the oven for about 20 minutes.
Original BBC Good Food recipe here.