I haven't made these yet but I was keen to post this recipe as soon as I spotted it in the current issue of the Australian magazine 'New Idea' because I love Fergusson Plarre's (naughty but delicious) spinach and ricotta rolls and this recipe could so very easily be adapted to include spinach by perhaps halving the chicken mince and adding some spinach in its place. Anyway, I'm looking forward to experimenting with the recipe and was keen to post it here where I can find it! The lemon mayonnaise also sounds very tasty! If you're not keen on citrus flavours, feel free to serve with your own choice of sauce or dip. These would, I think taste good with Tzatziki. This recipe featured as part of an easy-to-prepare Melbourne Cup lunch menu. To the best of my knowledge, Melbourne is the only city in the world to have a holiday for a horse race, the first Tuesday in November. And what better place than Zaar to test the truth or otherwise of that statement! And to answer --Nimz--'s query as to why these are called "sausage rolls", I'd say that the term "sausage roll" has become a generic term for anything resembling a sausage roll in appearance. I have two other sausage-less "sausage rolls" posted on Zaar: Recipe #169225 and Recipe #139699.