Sausage rolls always take me back to memories of high school lunch. My best friend and I would always split our lunch in half and share it. I would bring a chicken, lettuce and mayo sandwich while she would buy a sausage roll from the canteen. We still laugh at the thought now when we go out to eat and buy something we both like and share it, optimising on variety :) Only a select few really get me.
So now that I'm all grown up, I like to try and make my own, although they really don't compare to the ones we use to get. I miss that greasy over processed meat and onion (yes I could see the onions in them back then, which was probably the only "good" thing in them), but yes I have come a long way since then.
250g chicken mince
250g pork mince
1 carrot (grated)
1 onion (grated)
1/2 cup breadcrumbs
tablespoon worcestershire sauce
salt and pepper
2 squares of puff pastry
egg wash, chia seeds (optional)
1. Bung all the ingredients in a large bowl (except for the pastry, egg wash and chia seeds) and mix it really well
2. Cut each pastry sheet in half. Spoon mixture into the centre of the cut pastry and shape it as you go to look like a long sausage (you should get about 5-6 long rolls)