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I'm so glad I found this recipe. I did, however, make a few changes. I used Johnsonville breakfast sausage and didn't bother with the onion or garlic. I also added an additional 1/4 cup of fresh breadcrumbs which hadn't been soaked in milk, as it seemed to give a slightly better texture to the sausagemeat. I used Karen's easy puff pastry recipe from this site as I'm not a big fan of shop bought puff pastry. I'm actually British and this is the closest I've ever gotten to an English style sausage roll now that I live in the US. So thank you so much!

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NettieT February 22, 2009

These definitely remind me of British sausage rolls. I used the low fat tube breakfast sausage, so no extra issues with casings. I also used dried, seasoned breadcrumbs, so I could have left out the seasonings. This recipe is pretty forgiving, so put the spices you like!

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MakeMineCadburys January 01, 2014

These are super easy to make and sooooooo good. I bought Market Basket Marinara Sauce here in New England. I doubled the recipe and froze the other half. Didn't thaw them out before cooking. They went quick both times I served them.

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RoncoNorma November 23, 2012

These were fanstastic...I doubled the recipe as I knew they would go fast....I took them to our monthly euchre party and the were gone in a flash...I am going to make these up ahead of time and freeze them and have them for xmas...thanks

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CIndytc December 02, 2007

Thank you so much for this recipe! My DH and I became addicted to Sausage Rolls when we went to England on our honeymoon. This isn't exactly the same, but close enough and very, very good! I've followed the recipe exactly and have also done variations. Our favorite variation is using sage sausage instead of Italian and adding some fresh parsley and chopped onion (omit the oregano). I also make several batches at a time and just freeze them (before cooking). I let them thaw on the counter while the oven heats up and then bake at 425 for 20-22 min. Perfect for quick snacks!

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SkysMama March 25, 2007

Mmmmmm, fabulous! I just love good home made sausage rolls, and these are excellent! Puff pastry here comes pre-rolled, so I used two sheets to make these, both cut in half. I really want to make some with hot chilli sausage next time! Thanks so much for posting, these will be made for our Christmas family do!

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currybunny December 08, 2005
Puff Pastry Sausage Rolls