Change up your usual sausage roll recipe by using spicy and flavourful chorizo! You won’t be disappointed!
Change up your usual sausage roll recipe but using spicy and flavourful chorizo! You won’t be disappointed!
In this festive season I get asked quite often for easy party food recommendations. We all love tasty bites that are easy to prepare yet impressive.
Sausage rolls are an absolute must for any British gathering. I have never been to one where hosts didn’t offer them, yet all too often they are store bought, which means bland sausage and soggy pastry.
It’s a real shame because freshly made sausage rolls are hard to match when it comes to holiday entertaining. They are also incredibly easy and quick to make at home.
How do you make chorizo sausage rolls at home?
You will only need 2 main ingredients:
- puff pastry
- sausage of your choice
Plus 10 minutes of hands on time!
I personally quite like using Spanish Chorizo in place of a regular sausage. Its spiciness plays well with rich pastry.
These Chorizo rolls are so delicious they will disappear in minutes, which means if you are bringing them to a large party, either double the recipe or be prepared to face some disappointed faces.
If you really want to cut down on your prep time I would recommend buying already rolled puff pastry, it’s perfect for this recipe.
- Take one sheet of puff pastry and place skinned chorizo sausage along the long side like so and brush egg wash next to it.
- Fold the pastry, so one side aligns with the egg-washed line and cut along that line. Seal the edges with a fork, cut the roll into individual pieces, brush with egg wash and sprinkle with sesame or poppy seeds or both.
- Transfer the rolls on a parchment lined baking sheet. Then repeat the process with the remaining pastry and sausage.
- Bake in the oven at 420F/220C for 15 minutes.
Can I make sausage rolls ahead of time and freeze them?
Yes you can!
- Cook the sausage rolls as per the recipe instructions and cool.
- Then stack them in an airtight container while separating each layer with wax paper.
- Reheat in the oven at 200C/400F for 25-30 minutes from frozen.
What sauce can I serve with chorizo sausage rolls?
You can always go for a classic like ketchup if you make regular sausage rolls. But for chorizo sausage rolls garlic aioli or, put it plainly, garlic mayo with a squeeze of lemon juice goes so nicely!
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- 250g/12X2 ich links Chorizo Sausage uncooked
- 320g/1sheet Pre-made Puff Pastry
- 1 Egg slightly beaten
- 1 tsp Sesame seeds optional
- 1 tsp Poppy seeds optional
- Take one sheet of puff pastry and place skinned chorizo sausage along the long side and brush eggwash next to it.
- Fold the pastry so one side aligns with the eggwashed line and cut along that line.
- Seal the edges with a fork, cut the roll into individual pieces, brush with eggwash and sprinkle with sesame or poppy seeds or both.
- Transfer the rolls on a parchment lined baking sheet.
- Then repeat the process with the remaining pastry and sausage.
- Bake at 420F/220C for 15 minutes.