I don't really think I can call this a recipe. Let's just say, it is more of a food suggestion!
I keep forgetting about these little bites. I was reminded of them a couple of days ago when we were going to a pot luck lunch. I wanted to bring something easy and simple for the kids. And, of course, something they would like!!! Well, my kids love these little nibbles. So, if you are stuck for something quick as a nibble food, here is your answer.
16 Pork and herb sausages, the thin kind are preferable
1 Sheet of puff pastry, 30 cm x 15 cm (approximate size)
1 Teaspoon of butter, for greasing
1 Egg, beaten (for brushing the pastry)
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F. Grease a large baking tray with the butter and set aside.
Cut all of the sausages in half cross ways. Now you should have 32 small sausage bites.
Cut the pasty in strips so the sausage just peeks out of each side. Next, place a sausage on top of the pastry and roll it up. Cut the pastry as soon as you have rolled up for your first sausage. Continue to repeat these steps until you have rolled up all of your sausages.
Arrange all of the rolls on the greased baking tray. With a sharp knife, slit the tips of the pastry a few times. Now with a pastry brush, brush the egg over the pastry to cover it. You do this so you will get more of a golden colour.
Bake in a preheated oven for about 18 minutes or until golden and the pastry has puffed up. Remove from oven and transfer to a serving plate. These are delicious hot or cold. Serve them how you like them best!
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