These freeze beautifully and can be warmed and packed in aluminum foil as a welcome addition to the usual cold picnic fare.–Ghillie James
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Hearty picnic fare that stands up to travel and appeases the gents as well as the ladies. Fancy that. Er, this.
Sausage and Chutney Puffs
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- 20 M
- 45 M
- Makes 24
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A fun and different idea for your next dinner party, picnic, potluck... Made them yesterday to share with others, and they were a success. I made them with the Gardener’s Windfall Chutney (I created two versions, a spicy one and a non-spicy one). The end result was surprisingly amazing, filling, and full of taste. The dough came out to perfection: golden and crispy on the outside, yet moist on the inside. The chutney and sausage really blended well together; you could still taste the meat, but the chutney was just enough to give them a nice sweet and spicy taste. The kids, of course, also loved these due to their sweetness, and because they're fun rolls to eat with your hands. One surprising factor was that they tasted just as good warm as cold. Oh, it did take a good 30 minutes in my oven to have the dough cooked to perfection.
I made this recipe after making the Gardener’s Windfall Chutney. Very easy and fast to make. Ended up using about twice as much chutney as the recipe asked for. I wasn’t sure how it would end up, as the chutney was chunky, however, I didn’t need to worry about it. I used fresh pork sausage from a local Berkshire pork farmer and it was superb! I baked one to taste it, and froze the other three for future dinner parties. Exquisite with a glass of Spanish Rioja. Will definitely make this one again.
I’ve made sausage rolls for many years. I prefer them without the chutney and without the sesame seeds, just because this makes them more traditional. They were nice, but sausage meat is very different in the U.S., so it changes the taste. I would add a grated onion to the sausage mixture.
The best thing to eat a sausage roll with is HP sauce. The chutney is OK. I would try it with the chilies the next time around. It does taste nice with cheddar and crackers. The rolls freeze perfectly, but honestly, they all went on Sunday night with the beer!