Indulge your taste buds in the rich, savoury experience of our gourmet sausage rolls. Whether you're hosting a dinner party or packing a picnic, these sausage rolls are sure to satisfy a hungry crowd. Our top recipes include options for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike, plus traditional rolls and unique flavoured ideas, such as chorizo and harissa rolls.


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1) Mini sausage rolls


Make these mini sausage rolls for your next party spread. This top-rated recipe couldn't be easier, as it uses just five ingredients. Combine your favourite sausagemeat with garlic and parlsey, then roll in pastry and brush with a beaten egg. Our top tip? Add a bit of water to the sausage mixture for extra puffy pastry.

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2) Cheese & marmite sausage rolls


Take your sausage rolls to the next level with these moreish cheese & marmite sausage rolls. Combine pork sausage with extra mature cheddar and a bit of marmite, depending how strong you like it. They're sure to go down a storm at any gathering.

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3) Vegetarian sausage rolls


Cater to a veggie crowd with our vegetarian sausage rolls – instead of traditional sausagemeat, this recipe uses mushrooms, chesnuts, leeks, fresh white breadcrumbs and mature cheddar for a 'meaty' filling without the meat. Serve with Dijon mustard for a satifying snack.

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4) Super sausage rolls


Our super sausage rolls make a family-friendly addition to any buffet or dinner party. Roll out all-butter puff pastry and coat with apple sauce, pickle or chutney, then fill with sausagemeat and seal. A sprinkle of sesame or nigella seeds is an attractive finishing touch.

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5) Caramelised onion & thyme sausage rolls


Enjoy a bite of indulgence with luxury sausage rolls. Our hearty caramelised onion & thyme sausage rolls are stuffed full of succulent pork sausagemeat. Loaded with bold flavours such as caramelised onion chutney, wholegrain mustard and chopped thyme, these chunky rolls are sure to fill up hungry party guests.

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6) Vegan sausage rolls


There's no need to scrimp on flavour when it comes to these vegan sausage rolls – with chestnut mushrooms, brown rice miso and Dijon mustard, they've got an extra savoury hit. Plus, as they're seasoned with garlic and sage, they pack a serious flavour punch.

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7) Chorizo & apple sausage rolls


These chorizo & apple sausage rolls pair sweet-tart apples with spicy chorizo sausage. Rolled in puff pastry and topped with poppy seeds, they're great served striaght out of the oven or cold in a packed lunch.

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8) Sausage rolls


These classic sausage rolls are perfect for beginners looking for a traditional recipe. Chopped sage and caramelised onions bring out the moreish savoury flavours. Serve with ketchup or brown sauce for dipping.

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9) Summer sausage rolls


These summer sausage rolls are full of vibrant flavours such as sundried tomatoes, garlic and basil. Whizz chicken breasts and streaky bacon in a food processor for an easy filling. They can also be frozen, uncooked, for up to one month, so they're perfect for whipping out when unexpected company arrives.

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10) Harissa & lamb sausage rolls

Try these harissa & lamb sausage rolls for a unique twist on a classic roll. Combine harissa with ginger, cinnamon, cumin and garlic, then fill your pastry with lamb mince, sprinkle with black sesame seeds and bake.

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