Sausage rolls are such a convenient finger food and very easy to combine all the ingredients in your Thermomix. I really love this recipe with the Middle-Eastern spice blend that makes the rolls so flavoursome. Dip them into my ThermoFun Pizza Sauce or my ThermoFun Passata.
- ¼ cup (1 batch) ThermoFun Middle-Eastern spice blend
- 2 slices bread, torn into quarters
- 70g shelled pistachios
- 2 spring onions, quartered
- 3 garlic cloves, peeled
- large handful fresh coriander
- 2 Tbsp ThermoFun Tomato Paste
- 3 tsp fennel, seeds
- 2 eggs
- 500g beef mince
- 4 sheets puff pastry
- 1 egg (whisked in a bowl with a fork)
- sea salt flakes and or sesame seeds, to sprinkle
- Preheat oven to 180°C. Line oven trays with baking paper.
- If making Middle-Eastern Spice Blend do this now and set aside.
- Place bread into TM bowl and chop 4 sec / speed 6. Set aside.
- Place pistachios into TM bowl and chop coarsely 1 sec / Turbo. Set aside.
- Place spring onions, garlic and coriander into TM bowl and chop 3 sec / speed 8. Scrape down.
- Add tomato paste, bread crumbs, Middle-Eastern spice blend, fennel seeds and 2 eggs and mix 10 sec / speed 4.
- Add mince and pistachios and mix 20 sec / speed 4 / Reverse. With aid of spatula scrape down ensuring mixture is well combined.
- Cut puff pastry in half and place a few tsp of mixture along the edge of pastry. Brush the other side with the whisked egg. Roll up pastry starting from the filling edge to form one long roll. Turn the roll so that the sealed edge is underneath.
- Place completed roll on baking trays and cut into five equal portions.
- Repeat with remaining filling and puff pastry.
- Brush rolls with remaining beaten egg. Score top with knife and sprinkle salt flakes and/or sesame seeds on top.
- Bake for 25 mins or until golden brown.
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