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Spicy Chicken & Vege Sausage Rolls


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Ingredients

Sausage Rolls

  • 1 batch rough puff pastry, (in the EDC)
  • 120 g fresh bread
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1 handful of fresh parsley, (or coriander)
  • 1/2 onion
  • 1/2 stalk Celery
  • 1 zucchini, quartered
  • 1 carrot, quartered
  • 600 g raw chicken breast (or thigh), cubed
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons Vege Stock Concentrate, (in the EDC)
  • 4 tablespoons Tikka paste, (in the Indian cookbook)
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    30min
    Preparation 30min
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    Sausage Rolls
  1. Make a batch of the rough puff pastry from the TM EDC and place in the fridge (I use spelt flour instead of wheat flour and if you can't have butter, you can just use any lard).

    Don't overwork the pastry - it should be quite rough at first. Wrap in plastic and place in the fridge to chill.

  2. Place the bread, garlic and herbs in the TM bowl and grind on speed 9 until fine.

    Add veges and chop on speed 5 / 5 seconds.

    Add the cubed chicken, egg, stock & tikka paste and chop on speed 6 - 8 until finely minced and mixed together (you may need to use the spatula to help it along).

  3. Fry a spoonful of meat mixture in a hot frying pan and taste to check seasonings. Add salt or more tikka paste if needed.

    Take pastry out of the fridge and cut off a third into a rectangular shape (replace remaining pastry into the fridge to keep cold).

    Roll out the third onto a floured silicon mat until about 3mm thin.

    Place a third of the sausage meat into the center of the pastry.

    Roll it up, seam side down and slice into desirec lengths (carefully with a butter knife so you don't cut the silicon mat underneath).

    Cut slashes into the pastry with a sharp knife along the top and place prepared rolls onto a lined baking tray (or in a container for the freezer - seperating the sausage rolls

  4. Repeat with the remaining two thrids of pastry and sausage mixture.

    When you're ready to cook, preheat oven to around 220 degrees celsius and brush rolls with an egg and water wash before placing in the oven until golden brown and cooked through (around 30 minutes).

    If you are cooking from frozen (not thawed) cook at 180 degrees Celsius until nicely browned and be sure to check the center has properly cooked through!

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  • Yum yum :) 

    Submitted by Michelleates on 21. December 2015 - 19:10.

    Yum yum tmrc_emoticons.) 

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  • Great meal and very easy. I

    Submitted by LittleMissSqueaker on 22. December 2014 - 22:17.

    Great meal and very easy. I used tandoori paste as I had some on hand. Thanks Jo!

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  • Yum!! I had some shredded

    Submitted by Margarita Helen on 23. November 2014 - 16:07.

    Yum!! I had some shredded cooked chicken leftover from something else, so I used it in this. Didn't need to cook with the tikka paste as it was already cooked, so to save myself time I just added curry power to the mix itself and put it in (shop bought - I cheated) puff pastry and into the oven! So easy and so yummy! I also didn't have enough chicken, so I put a bit of leftover mushroom risotto in it. Then I had heaps of leftover filling which I froze for later. So good! Thank for sharing. tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • I have made these twice now

    Submitted by Michelle Elliott on 24. July 2014 - 20:14.

    I have made these twice now using a mild tandoori paste. They have been inhaled by my family each time. Served with salad or veggies they are a quick easy meal on busy nights. tmrc_emoticons.) 

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  • I used a store bought tikka

    Submitted by Craft0910 on 23. July 2014 - 17:11.

    I used a store bought tikka paste and the flavour was far too strong and completely took over the dish. I love the idea of these so I'll give them another go but next time I'll make my own paste or use much less than the 4 tablespoons suggested.

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  • These were really delicious.

    Submitted by nicolethuijs on 13. May 2014 - 15:05.

    These were really delicious. We used wholemeal spelt flour for the pastry and it turned out beautifully. Next time I will mince the chicken before hand. The recipe states to add it after the bread and veggie mix, along with the egg and tikka paste, but due to the thick consitency the thermo couldn't handle it and bouced around. I had HEAPS of mixture left over, which I have frozen to use again soon!

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  • I don't have the Indian

    Submitted by kgbecker on 2. May 2014 - 16:17.

    I don't have the Indian cookbook so I had to find a tikka paste recipe.  They tasted ok but I think I need to get the proper tikka paste recipe and see the difference 

     

     

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  • Delicious!

    Submitted by Livipie on 11. March 2014 - 11:54.

    Delicious!

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  • Divine.  I cheated and used

    Submitted by elenore1973 on 25. October 2013 - 06:27.

    Divine.  I cheated and used some ready made puff pastry I had in the freezer.  I also used only a tablespoon of an indian curry paste out of the fridge I wanted to use up and I didn't want it to be too spicy as I intended to serve these up to my 2 year old daughter.  Wow, she absolutely devoured these for lunch 2 days in a row, so did my husband.  This receipe is a keeper.

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  • Made these tonight and the

    Submitted by Amyb1008 on 20. October 2013 - 21:17.

    Made these tonight and the family loved them. I was worried a fussy 4 year old and 2 year old wouldn't eat them, but they both enjoyed these sausage rolls tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I made the chicken filling

    Submitted by MandyJack on 17. October 2013 - 11:39.

    I made the chicken filling last night.

    I too cheated and used store bought puff pastry.

    made them up this morning and just baked.

    They are very tasty.

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  • Made these for tea and they

    Submitted by Jules80 on 28. September 2013 - 18:48.

    Made these for tea and they were delicious!! Half cooked and half frozen for another easy meal another nighttmrc_emoticons.)

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  • These are also a budget

    Submitted by Liem on 26. September 2013 - 08:49.

    tmrc_emoticons.) These are also a budget buster meal. One mix lasts us for two meals for four people. Very easy and tasty,

     

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  • Leave it out and just use

    Submitted by indecisions on 2. August 2013 - 14:15.

    Leave it out and just use vege stock concentrate instead

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  • How strong is the flavour of

    Submitted by Squeaketski on 14. May 2013 - 14:47.

    How strong is the flavour of tikka in the finished product?  My DH (dear hubby) and I would love them, but am hoping to get DD (dear daughter) who's almost 3 to eat them as well.  What age are people's children that have enjoyed eating these?

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  • These are AMAZING! Best yet,

    Submitted by indecisions on 12. December 2011 - 17:03.

    tmrc_emoticons.D

    These are AMAZING! Best yet, kids love them and they are packed with vegies tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Tried this recipe last night!

    Submitted by smudgefergs on 7. November 2011 - 16:49.

    Tried this recipe last night! Yummo - highly recommended. I used puff pastry frozen and it was still divine. 

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  • :)  easy to make. I used

    Submitted by sheila on 9. September 2011 - 17:43.

    tmrc_emoticons.)  easy to make. I used frozen pastry from shop great result  .  made 4 sausage rolls. cook two and froze 2 for the following week.  great result with the fresh and the frozen sausage rolls.  i have past this receipe on great work


     

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  • We had these for dinner

    Submitted by Chico on 18. March 2011 - 23:57.

    We had these for dinner tonight with a lovely crunchy salad. Was yummo!!!

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  • made this on the weekend,

    Submitted by suej on 4. January 2011 - 15:27.

    made this on the weekend, best ever, but I used ready made puff pastry and with  the left over mixture, made small meat balls and fried then- I am so cleverCooking 7

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  • I have also used turkey mince

    Submitted by Judy on 18. December 2010 - 11:17.

    I have also used turkey mince and used filo pastry (unslashed) for a lighter version. Made 2 large rolls, cut in half once cooked.

    Judy from Adelaide, South Australia

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  • I've made these but used

    Submitted by Cornish Cream on 18. December 2010 - 01:21.

    I've made these but used freerange turkey mince instead.Absolutely delicious, another foolproof recipe from Quirkycooking.

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    Submitted by Pinkscrapbooker on 17. December 2010 - 06:59.

    tmrc_emoticons.)

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