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Cyndi O'Meara's Vegetarian Sausage Rolls

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Cyndi O'Meara's Vegetarian Sausage Rolls Recipe tested
Cyndi O'Meara's Vegetarian Sausage Rolls Recipe tested
created: 2010/10/28 changed: 2013/09/12
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Ingredients

Portions20 piece(s)
  • 1 onion, , peeled and halved
  • 2 tbsp mixed herbs of choice
  • 100 g walnuts
  • 95 g organic rolled oats
  • 3 eggs
  • 150 g fetta cheese
  • 1 tbsp Tamari sauce
  • 45 g organic breadcrumbs
  • Rough Puff Pastry or 3 sheets Butter Puff Pastry
  • Sesame seeds (optional)
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25m
Preparation 5m
Baking/Cooking 20m
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Difficultyeasy
Appropriate for Thermomix-Beginners
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix TM 31
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Recipe's Preparation

Pre-heat oven to 200°C

Place onion and herbs into TM bowl and chop for 6 seconds on speed 6.

Add walnuts, oats and chop for 3 seconds on speed 6. Scrape down.

Add eggs, cheese, tamari, breadcrumbs and mix to combine for
20 seconds on speed 5.

Cut just thawed puff pastry in half on a working bench.

Place 1/6th of the mixture onto the long edge of the pastry and roll, cut into four equal portions, brush the tops with whole milk and sprinkle with sesame seeds.

Place sausage rolls on a lined baking tray, brush with beaten egg and score with knife. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and bake for 20 minutes at 200°C until crisp and golden.



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Recipe's preparation

Pre-heat oven to 200°C

Place onion and herbs into TM bowl and chop for 6 seconds on speed 6.

Add walnuts, oats and chop for 3 seconds on speed 6. Scrape down.

Add eggs, cheese, tamari, breadcrumbs and mix to combine for
20 seconds on speed 5.

Cut just thawed puff pastry in half on a working bench.

Place 1/6th of the mixture onto the long edge of the pastry and roll, cut into four equal portions, brush the tops with whole milk and sprinkle with sesame seeds.

Place sausage rolls on a lined baking tray, brush with beaten egg and score with knife. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and bake for 20 minutes at 200°C until crisp and golden.



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COMMENTS (87)
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OMG these are the best and so incredibly easy.

 

i substituted the walnuts for two types of Salad Topper blends that I bought in the fruit and vege section of Coles - Almond Dukkah and Tamari Blend. Fantastic! I can't wait for the meat eaters to get home and try these.

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They are delicious!! 

Thermomix Consultant - Mixing it up:-)

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Made these for lunch today and my meat-monster husband ate 6 of them and 2 more before dinner! Didn't have enough walnuts so used half walnuts, half almonds and only had panok crumbs in cupboard so they got used too. They were scrumptious and made plenty. Some in freezer for next weekend now. Delicious!

ok my entire family (husband, 3 kds, my mum & dad) loved these ! i secretly didnt tell them that they were vegetarian...Smile

i added mushrooms as well, yum yum yum!

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Absolutely delicious. I added quite a bit of extra veggies so needed to add a few more nuts. (Used walnuts and almonds) to get right consistancy. A big hit with the whole family. Definitely recommend and definitely making again. 

Love Love these and so did everyone else!! Love

I make these suitable for school by substituting sunflower seeds (only about 50g) for the walnuts. I also add a carrot with the onion and a few mushrooms with the feta:), You could certainly leave them out altogether ... I have made this recipe a bunch of times and it is very forgiving. Also I only ever add 2 eggs.

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Beuatiful as is, but I modified by adding 1 carrot into the onion stage.  I also used 1 Tbs of soy sauce instead of tamari, a heaped teaspoon of vegetable stock paste, a couple of spoonfuls of tomato sauce and a sprinkle of Italian herbs. I also brushed with beaten egg instead of milk. I agree that no-one would guess they are vegetarian, I couldn't taste the walnuts or the fetta, just all-round amazingly delicious. I would happily serve these instead of the meat variety at any party (including one with meat-loving guests!). 

I'm going to make these but want to make them without nuts so I can send them to school. What could I use instead? Suggestions welcome!

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Excellent recipe! I have made these so many times before but never tweaked them because we like them just the way they are. After reading all these comments just now, I'm going to add a couple of carrots into the mix next time Smile

I have made these heaps of times and the mixture is a bit runny, it's normal Smile All 3 eggs into the mix.

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Super yum

when I made it realised I did not have any walnuts so used almonds and worked fine

kids loved them and had no idea they were packed full of vegetables and nuts!!

Made them for my daughters bday, not one left. Deeeeeelicious Smile

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Very tasty!

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Just made these, they are in the oven now. My mixture was very runny was all 3 eggs meant to go into the mixture? Or was one supposed to be left out to brush them with. Any help would be great. 

 

They taste great, but they took a lot longer to cook. It was another 15 mins to get brown

Thank you!  Smile

I did some testing of lunch box options over these school hols and the sausage rolls froze beautifully. The kids actually ate them cold too. I put them into those Glad press-lock lunch bags after they had cooled from cooking. 

This is definitely one of my all time favourite TM recipes that I have made time & time again. Does anyone know if they freeze very well? I'd like to use them in lunch boxes.

Weight watchers pro point values are 5pp per serve ( based on this recipe )  Cooking

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Found them a bit herby but with a few tweaks they are awesome! My meat loving partner enjoys them too which is a bonus Smile

Just made these for 2nd time. Added a carrot with the onion, 1 1/2 tbsp soy sauce instead of  tamari, and increased the herbs a bit. Fantastic! Everyone loves them, can't believe there's no meat, just not greasy. 

Thanks   Another hit with a fussy family

 

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Love I am in love with these. I made them on Sunday for a party and am making another batch tonight (monday!) 

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Tried these on the weekend and all the kids loved them. I must admit I went back to the tray a few times! My husband, who hates walnuts, could taste them immediately, and I found them a little too herby. Next time I might use a different nut and a different herb mix (too much oregano and rosemary!). If my kids had a vegetarian friend, I have absolutely no doubt that I would make these for everyone without having to make two diffent types. Very cool idea and a keeper for those occasions I need to whip something up!

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I made these thinking "My kids will turn their noses up!", but amazingly they loved them, and are waiting for me to make them again. WOW!! Thank you!

Thankyou  very much I_love_my_thermomix !! 

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I used 50:50 cashews and macadamia nuts instead of walnuts, and they were lovely. No-one knew they were vegetarian! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

You could try a teaspoon of TM vegetable stock or a teaspoon of Herbamare organic herb salt. I buy my herb salt from Woolworths and it lasts well over six months. http://www2.woolworthsonline.com.au/shop/ProductDetails?Stockcode=27876&...

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These sausage rolls rank right up there on my all-time Thermomix favourites. I didn't tell my hubby and kids that there wasn't any meat in them until after they devoured them. I felt a bit guilty tricking them but I know they would have turned their noses up if I told them they were vegetable sausage rolls. The filling is a smoothe paste and the colour is a light brown / grey - exactly the same as sausage roll meat mixture sans the fat-laden, animal gizzards. I wanted to add more Omega 3 so I added 2 tablespoons of black and white Chia seeds. Instead of using the full amount of breadcrumbs, I added half the amount of breadcrumbs and substituted with LSA mixture (linseed, sunflowers, almonds). I also added about 20 grams of parmesan cheese and 3 Swiss brown mushrooms. My sister is a vegetarian and eats lots of mushrooms because the nutritional content is similar to that of meat - high vitamin B and iron (both good for replenishing energy), vitamin C, folic acid, zinc and phosphorous.

 

Cyndi, thank you so much for one of the most nutritional family recipes ever posted.

I have a little friend who is soy intolerant. What cani replace the tamari with for flavour?? Help?

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:love:  These are freaking amazing - what more can I say

I loved these sausage rolls, as did my very, very picky three year old. Great recipe. 

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Wonderful ..... have made twice now. DEF a favourite - thank you Tongue

These tasted great, although was I the only person who thought the filling was a little runny? I added some chia seeds and it thickened a bit...I didn't have walnuts so used a mixture of cashews and sunflower seeds...but that shouldn't change the consistancy right...?

 

hubby agreed that if I hadn't told him he may not have realised they were not meat!

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These vegetarian sausage rolls are delicious and they even taste like meat sausage rolls! The first time I made them the feedback was that they were a little bland and dry so the next time I made them I added some more flavouring through tomato sauce, BBQ sauce, HP, wostershire, soy, pizza sauce, salt and pepper etc etc to give them a bit more bang and it was definitely an improvement. Real hit. Thank you. 

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These were great sausage rolls. Delicious.  Wink

Hi, what is the closest substitute for Tamari? Is it soy sauce, or something stronger? Or should I just omit it and not substitute for anything? Thanks

 

These are amazing. Just made them tonight. My nephew honestly thought there was meat.  Love

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No meat? Really? Wow!

As many comments have said, my family and I found it hard to believe their was no meat in these. I think the only giveaway was the absence of the oily taste of a regular sausage roll. I made these without the hubby and kids around and sat at the table grinning until hubby asked what was or wasn't in them. He felt somewhat 'ripped off' as his carnevore cravings had him salivating for the 'cheapest homebrand sausage meat there is' but I chose to ignore him. Seriously, we were all very, very impressed Smile Thanks for sharing.

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My teenage son couldn't believe it wasn't meat, very yummy Smile

I made these with sunflower seeds instead of walnuts and they were great. I also didn't have feta so used cheddar cheese (120g). Added a carrot also.

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Absolutely delicious. Will definitely be a regular in my household.

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Oh My Gosh! these are the best sausage rolls ever Big smile :bigsmile: Big smile

These are super yummy and so easy!  Thank you for the recipe Smile Do you freeze them before or after cooking?

Michelle

I made these the other day without walnuts (for a friend with nut allergies). I just added more bread crumbs and they were great. Sorry I can't remember how much extra breadcrumbs. I think I may have doubled the amount. So an extra 45g?? 

Hi Im still getting my head around my thermie and wondered if i could use something other than walnuts as my daughter has an alleregy??

Thanks Min

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These sausage rolls were amazing! Even my husband said he couldn't tell that there was no meat in them.

I made them exactly as per instructions and they were fabulous!

A real winner. We will be having them again! Thanks!

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Meat lovers are non the wiser!

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Amazing!! Why would you ever eat horrible sausage meat again.  Big smile

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Very nice. Husband and kids all loved them. I added carrot and handful of beans for added veggies. 

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