Monday, 31 October 2016

Halloween Mumified Sausage Rolls

I copied the idea from BBC Good Food but used ready rolled puff pastry instead of croissant pastry and these went down well at a mini Halloween gathering I held on Saturday evening.

The are a really fun, festive Halloween inspired snack sure to get everyone in the spooky mood and are super simple to make.

Mummified Sausage Rolls for Halloween

Here's how:
  • 12 chipolatas 
  • 1 sheet ready rolled Puff Pastry (I use Jus Rol)
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp English mustard
 Firstly pre-heat the oven to 180 and line a baking sheet with some greaseproof paper and set aside. 
Place a frying pan on a medium heat and fry off the sausages for 6-7 minutes, to sear all the way over.
 Leave the sausages to cool for fifteen-twenty minutes.
Now roll the puff pastry out onto the paper its wrapped in, and cut into 12 rectangles - three straight lines down, long-ways, and three across should do it. 
Now take each sausage and place into the centre of one of the pastry rectangles, with at least 1cm hanging off the edge, for the Mummy's face.
Now use a knife and make incisions all the way along the edges, both sides, to make the 'bandages'. And then 'wrap' each one over the sausage, one side at a time, to look like a bandage and once wrapped place onto the baking sheet.
Repeat for each sausage, and then beat an egg and brush over the pastry coat of each, then place into the oven for 20-25 minutes until the pastry is golden brown and well risen.
Leave to cool for ten minutes before serving and before doing so, use a skewer dipped into the mustard to place tiny eyes onto each sausage. Enjoy!

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