This recipe is from my friend's mum-in-law. My husband, who is English, says they're brilliant! Use any sausage you like, either bulk or with the casing removed; I use the Pepperidge Farm puff pastry sheets.
- Set oven to 200C or 390°F.
- Mix the sausage with the onion; set aside.
- Separate the puff pastry sheets into three sections (along fold lines).
- Flour your hands, rolling pin, and workspace lightly to avoid sticking.
- One section at a time, roll the pastry thin, and set it lengthwise on floured workspace.
- Place the sausage/onion mixture (about a half-inch wide and a half-inch tall) along the middle of the pastry sheet.
- Brush the top and bottom edges of the pastry sheet with egg; bring them together at the top of the sausage and seal them.
- Brush the entire top of the roll with egg.
- Cut the roll into one-inch sections.
- Cut two small vent slits on top of each section.
- Place sections on ungreased baking sheet and bake until the pastry is golden brown (mine typically take 10 to 15 minutes).