Chorizo Sausage Rolls

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Spring semester is the perfect time for picnics by the loch and long walks around campus. The picnic essentials are well-known, sandwiches, sweets and of course sausage rolls. This recipe is the perfect way to shake up the classic sausage roll. 


  • 320g of ready-made puff pastry
  • 6 chorizo sausages
  • 1 beaten egg
  • Paprika


  • Preheat oven to temperature suggested by the puff pastry
  • Remove the sausage meat from its casing in a bowl
  • Spread out the puff pastry dough and cut in half to form two long rectangles
  • Mould half of the sausage meat into a log shape and lay in the middle of one of the rectangles, repeat with the second rectangle
  • Use the beaten egg to brush the long edge of the pastry before folding over the unbrushed side
  • Use a fork to gently press the sides together, wrapping the pastry tight around the sausage meat
  • Cut the log into as many pieces as desired, recommended seven pieces per log
  • Gently brush the rest of the beaten egg over the top of the sausage rolls and add paprika seasoning
  • Bake for the recommended time, ensuring both pastry and sausage is cooked through and pastry is golden brown

Leave to cool and enjoy!

Feature image credit: Tesco

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