SPICED GAME SAUSAGE ROLLS. 08/11/13
Any game would be good in this, particularly a mix, but I think the stronger tasting varieties such as grouse and pigeon would be particularly delicious. There’s lots of pepper, which makes the rolls satisfyingly fiery. If you want to make smaller ones, just bake for less time.
INGREDIENTS METHOD

Makes 4 big ones or 8 small ones

 

300g/10 ½oz pork sausage meat

300g/10 ½oz leftover cooked mixed game meat, off the bone, finely chopped

½ nutmeg, grated, plus extra to decorate

2 cloves, crushed to a powder

¼ tsp black pepper, coarsely ground

¼ tsp mixed spice

2 dried red chillies

350g/12oz homemade or shop-bought puff pastry

2 egg yolks, beaten with a splash of milk

 

Preheat the oven to 180C/350F/Gas 4. Place the sausage meat in a bowl along with the chopped game and all the spices and chillies. Mix well with your hands.

 

Sprinkle a work surface with flour. Roll out the pastry to about 40cm x 25cm. Work the sausage meat into an even, long roll and place along one side of the pastry. Brush the exposed pastry with egg, then roll over and crimp the join together with a fork. Brush the tops of the sausage rolls with egg wash, sprinkle with a little extra nutmeg and sea salt. Cut into 10cm or 5cm lengths and place on a non-stick baking sheet. Bake for 40 minutes, until risen, puffed and golden brown.

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SPICED GAME SAUSAGE ROLLS. 08/11/13
Any game would be good in this, particularly a mix, but I think the stronger tasting varieties such as grouse and pigeon would be particularly delicious. There’s lots of pepper, which makes the rolls satisfyingly fiery. If you want to make smaller ones, just bake for less time.
INGREDIENTS

Makes 4 big ones or 8 small ones

 

300g/10 ½oz pork sausage meat

300g/10 ½oz leftover cooked mixed game meat, off the bone, finely chopped

½ nutmeg, grated, plus extra to decorate

2 cloves, crushed to a powder

¼ tsp black pepper, coarsely ground

¼ tsp mixed spice

2 dried red chillies

350g/12oz homemade or shop-bought puff pastry

2 egg yolks, beaten with a splash of milk

 

METHOD

Preheat the oven to 180C/350F/Gas 4. Place the sausage meat in a bowl along with the chopped game and all the spices and chillies. Mix well with your hands.

 

Sprinkle a work surface with flour. Roll out the pastry to about 40cm x 25cm. Work the sausage meat into an even, long roll and place along one side of the pastry. Brush the exposed pastry with egg, then roll over and crimp the join together with a fork. Brush the tops of the sausage rolls with egg wash, sprinkle with a little extra nutmeg and sea salt. Cut into 10cm or 5cm lengths and place on a non-stick baking sheet. Bake for 40 minutes, until risen, puffed and golden brown.

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