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Jammy Sausage Plaits

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Makes 6 Plaits       Keywords:    Hot Cold Pork Vegetables  Pastry Picnics

 

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Ingredients

6  Cumberland Sausages, skins removed
450/1lb Puff Pastry
6 tbsp Onion jam or similar onion or fruit chutney
1 Egg mixed with a little milk

 

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to Gas Mark 6, 200ºC, 400ºF. Cut pastry in half lengthways. Roll out to about 30cm x10cm.
     

  2. With the longest length of pastry closest to you, place 3 separate teaspoons full of jam or chutney straight onto the pastry, spacing out evenly, and allowing space for the ‘plaits’. Top the jam with a skinless sausage.
     

  3. Cut between the sausages creating 3 ‘plaits’. Now cut parallel, diagonal slits either side of the sausage in the pastry about 1cm apart.
     

  4. Lightly brush with water and then ‘plait’/fold the strips alternately over one another. Repeat with remaining pastry.
     

  5. Place on a baking sheet lined with baking paper.  Brush the tops with the beaten egg then bake in a preheated oven for about 15-20 minutes until pastry is risen and golden.

 

TIPS AND OPTIONS: 

Use your favourite sausages or about 400g/12oz of sausagemeat

 

Serving Suggestions

Serve hot or cold in a picnic or as a snack with salad.

 

Special Equipment required to make this sausage plait Recipe

 

Non-stick baking paper or parchment

baking sheet

 

Key techniques required to make this sausage plait Recipe

None

 

 

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Additional information about this sausage plait recipe

 

 

This recipe is courtesy of www.lovepork.co.uk and was devised especially for British Sausage Week 2011  to coincide with the theme of  " great sausage hits remixed ". It is basically a sausage roll with a twist.

 

Perfect for picnics or  just as a snack or light lunch served with salad and creamy mash potatoes.

 

 

 

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