I made a huge sausage casserole they other day. OK, so they were really sausage casser-rolls! I wanted to do something a little different. I’ve been thinking outside the box quite a lot recently whilst going a bit stir crazy in the house. I put it down to watching reruns of cooking shows, it’s not like I’ve been able to do much else! I had a packet of puff pastry and The Boy was whining about getting sausage rolls from the bakery around the corner and BOOM! It hit me. Sausage casserole in a sausage roll. That could work, right?
Oh yes, it did!
The outcome was amazing, deliciously flaky pastry with a gorgeous sausage centre with some added veg and gravy, just for the fun of it! We were going to have them with chips but the urge to eat them fresh from the oven was too strong and between us and some visiting friends, we had demolished them all in record time. I should have made double as everyone asked for another. Sausage casser-rolls are great on their own as a snack, as part of a picnic or even with chips or wedges as a main meal. They are also a sneaky way to get extra vegetables into fussy kids.