Delicious sausage rolls made easy with just five ingredients including chicken sausages and tortilla wraps. No pastry needed!

Sausage Rolls… you just can’t beat them! They’re a firm favourite in this house, loved by adults and kids and perfect for a quick and easy lunch or even afternoon snack when the kids get in from school.

Last Christmas I made this lightened up version of sausage rolls using turkey sausages, chutney and tortilla wraps instead of pastry.

It may seem a little strange to use a wrap instead of pastry but trust me it really works. The wraps gets really crispy in the oven and you won’t miss the pastry at all.

How To Make Sausage Rolls Without Pastry

I used chicken sausages in this recipe. I love the Tesco owned brand ones but any chicken or turkey sausages will work just fine. Remove the skins and mash them in a bowl with a fork.

Next take a wrap and place it on a chopping board.

Add half of the sausage mixture to the wrap, just right of centre.

Starting on the right hand side, fold the wrap up as tightly as you can, making sure to finish seal side down.

Cut off the ends of the wrap and then cut into six sausage rolls. Repeat with the second wrap and the remainder of the the sausage mixture.

Place all the sausage rolls onto the baking tray. Lightly beat the egg in the cup or bowl and brush over the top of the sausage rolls. Finally add some sesame seeds on top.

Bake in the oven for 20-25 minutes until golden brown and the sausage meat has cooked all the way through.

INGREDIENT SUBSTITUTIONS

Sausages – I used chicken sausages in this recipe but turkey sausages will work just the same. You can of course use pork sausages if you prefer or even veggies sausages too.

Tortilla Wrap – I used a white wrap but feel free to use wholemeal or a 50/50 wrap too.

Gluten Free – Gluten free wraps will work just fine.

Egg – If you have an egg allergy then you can use a little milk instead to wash the top of the sausage rolls.

Sesame Seeds – These can be left out if you don’t like them. Or use poppy seeds instead.

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Chicken Sausage Rolls


Description

Delicious sausage rolls made easy with just five ingredients including chicken sausages and tortilla wraps. No pastry needed!


Ingredients

  • spray oil
  • 400g chicken sausages
  • 2 large tortilla wraps
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp sesame seeds

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 200c fan and line a baking tray with parchment paper. Spray a little oil over the surface of the paper.
  2. Remove the sausages from their skins and add to a bowl. Mash with a fork.
  3. Place one of the wraps on a chopping board. Add half of the sausage mixture to the wrap, just right of centre.
  4. Starting on the right hand side, fold the wrap up as tightly as you can, making sure to finish seal side down.
  5. Cut off the ends of the wrap and then cut into six sausage rolls.
  6. Repeat with the second wrap and the remainder of the the sausage mixture.
  7. Place all the sausage rolls onto the baking tray.
  8. Lightly beat the egg in the cup or bowl and brush over the top of the sausage rolls. Finally add some sesame seeds on top.
  9. Bake in the oven for 20-25 minutes until golden brown and the sausage meat has cooked all the way through.

Notes

  • These sausage rolls are best served warm from the oven but they will keep for up to 3 days in the fridge. You can reheat in the oven for a few minutes.
  • If you want to get ahead of your Christmas cooking and get these all prepped now then you can make the sausage rolls but instead of baking them, flash freeze them on a tray or plate for a few hours until hard. Then transfer to a freezer bag or container to store in the freezer. When you want to cook them you can bake them directly from frozen. Add them to a lined and greased baking tray, adding an extra 10 minutes approximately to the cooking time.


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