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Puff Pastry Sausage Wheels

Puff Pastry Sausage Wheels created by anniesnomsblog

This is appetizer/snack is very popular in Australia. It was introduced there by English settlers. I know you will be tempted to jazz these up with herbs or onion, well go right ahead! Sometimes simple is better, though. The original recipe calls for shortcrust pastry, but I use frozen puff pastry for ease.

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  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Roll pastry out into a thin rectangle; cut lengthwise into 2 long strips.
  • Divide sausage into 2 portions, dust with flour, and form long rolls about the same length as the pastry.
  • Place sausage in the middle of the pastry strips; brush pastry edges with milk, then seal long edge.
  • Brush the two pastries with milk, then slice into 1 to 2 inch rounds.
  • Place rounds on a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes at 400 degrees F; reduce heat to 350 degrees F and bake until puffed and golden, about an additional 10 to 15 minutes.
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"This is appetizer/snack is very popular in Australia. It was introduced there by English settlers. I know you will be tempted to jazz these up with herbs or onion, well go right ahead! Sometimes simple is better, though. The original recipe calls for shortcrust pastry, but I use frozen puff pastry for ease."
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  1. sue p.
    I see some people dip them in a sauce. What is suggested?
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  2. sactosharon
    Very tasty. We used rosemary sausage and dipped it in soy sauce. Interesting combination
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  3. Paris
    Amazinging delish. The puff pastry can make anything a ten. Scrumptious and will make again. Thank you. Simple is the best
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  4. Cecilia W.
    taking to pot luck, party should i bake them on site, or bake at home will be leaving at 5pm and wont get there till 6 pm, can they be eaten cold, any suggestions i would appreciate it.
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  5. jclark26
    Good recipe, but I love to dip them into a balsamic reduction or drizzle it over the rolls. Popular in British restaurants around here.
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