Wednesday, December 18, 2013

WWDH - Sausage Rolls

This week's Wednesday with Donna Hay recipe is sausage rolls, selected by me.  The recipe is in Modern Classics I, or online here.

For Aussies, the sausage roll is a classic.  It features at parties, in lunchboxes or on long drives when you stop at the bakery for a quick lunch.  In short, it is a national treasure.

I noticed that online, Donna classifies this as a recipe for kids.  This may be why she was very light on the spice.  Me, I would have loved more spice, more kick.  However, these were OK - I can get my kick from the sauce, because as you know, a sausage roll has to be dipped in sauce before eating, preferably tomato.

I halved the recipe and still managed to comfortably get 12 chubby sausage rolls.

To see what Kayte, Margaret, Chaya and Sarah thought of the sausage roll, visit their websites. 


Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella said...

I love sausage rolls! A bit too much I think! I bet I could eat two large ones or four easily without even stopping. These look good but I do like spice too :)

Chaya said...

This recipe was new to me although I have had franks in blankets but the frank is kept whole while this was minced. I liked it. You used more sesame seeds than I did and I like the look.

Sorry, I am late this week.

2paw said...

I love sausage rolls. I make them for morning tea. I like pork with apple and mango chutney mixed in, and chicken so I can dip them in sweet chilli sauce!! Those look yummy. I like the sesame seeds.

Cakelaw said...

Pork with apple and mango chutney? Yes please!