Vegan Sausage Rolls with Dee’s Vegan Sausages

22 Jan

You will need:-
1 pack of Dee’s vegan sausages, chopped
2 cloves of garlic
1 teaspoon Mixed herbs
1 onion diced
1 teaspoon smoked paprika
1-2 teaspoon of nutritional yeast
2-3 tablespoon of oil
Salt/pepper
Puff pastry (the Jus-Roll is vegan)

Heat a pan on high, add oil and onions cook until brown. Add herbs and paprika and cook for 1 minute. Add sausages, mix and mash to give a chunky/smooth texture.

Place some of the mix on a puff pastry sheet and roll and cut to about 1/2 inch long (see pic)

Place in a preheated oven @ 180c for 10 -12 minute or until golden brown on top.

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One Response to “Vegan Sausage Rolls with Dee’s Vegan Sausages”

  1. Z January 24, 2014 at 4:33 pm #

    Yumm… love veggie sausage rolls. Will try this sometime.

    If you don’t have a sheet of the frozen puff pastry, here’s an incredibly easy recipe one for one. It is so easy, I’ve almost given up on the pre-rolled stuff (which I never remember to defrost anyway). It comes out sort-of half way between a puff and a flaky.
    Weigh out some flour (200g would be good for one pack of veggie-sausages) and put in a large bowl with a pinch of salt. I never bother sifting.
    Weigh out just over half the quantity of butter. It should be about 60% of the flour weight but I find just over half works well enough.
    Put a coarse cheese grater into the bowl.
    Rub one side of the butter into the flour and grate a few strokes. Rub it into the flour again and keep going – it shouldn’t take long to get all the butter grated.
    Stir the flour and butter with a spoon until the butter strands are coated in flour.
    Add a tablespoon of cold water and stir. The dough should start to form – if not keep adding water a teaspoon at a time.
    As soon as the dough starts to form, use your fingers to bring it all together into a ball. Then knead for 30 seconds – no more. The less you work this dough, the better. To make it flaky you need to be able to see the individual strands of fat.
    If you can, leave it to rest in the fridge. But it you can’t don’t worry – it’ll be fine as is. Just roll it out and off you go…

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