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Lamb, Rosemary & Apple Sausage Rolls

I never thought I’d buy Annabel Langbein’s cookbook; The Free Range Cook, since I’ve never seen her TV show, or knew anything about her. But I had a quick flick through when I saw the book in the bargain bin at Big W a while ago and realised there were some good recipe in there… ESPECIALLY this one. This one really caught my eye. I LOVE anything with apple in it.

Since it’s getting colder and more miserable with the onset of Winter, it was time to try the recipe, with a nice comforting bowl of roasted tomato and basil soup I whipped up in the Thermomix.

I cannot tell you how awesome these sausage rolls are. I could eat these all day and night until I eventually get sick of them. And when that happened, I’d probably still keep eating them :P  I can’t wait to make these again, they could become a Winter staple!

What’s your favourite soup to enjoy in the colder months?

Lamb, Rosemary & Apple Sausage Rolls

Annabel Langbein

400g lamb mince
250g sausage meat, such as pork or beef (I used sausage mince)
1 apple, unpeeled and grated
1 whole egg and 1 egg white
1 small onion, peeled and grated
1 clove garlic, crushed
2 tbsp chopped parsley
1/2 tsp finely chopped rosemary
3 finely chopped sage leaves
1 tsp fruit chutney or tomato sauce
1 tsp salt
Pepper
2 sheets flaky pastry

  1. Preheat the oven to 200ºC and line baking trays with baking paper.
  2. Place the ingredients in a bowl and mix well with your hands. I actually squeezed out the juice from the grated onion and apple as well as they seemed pretty sodden with juice.
  3. Roll in the pastry to get the sizes you want. Place on the trays seam side down. Put a hole or a slash in the top of each to allow the steam to escape. Brush the tops with the egg yolk mixed with a tablespoon of water.
  4. Bake 20 mins then check if any liquid has come out of the rolls and soak it up with paper towels if there is any. Bake another 10 mins. Adjust the cooking time for the size of the rolls.

Makes 6 big rolls or 12-18 small rolls

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20 Responses to “Lamb, Rosemary & Apple Sausage Rolls”
  1. They definitely sound like a treat for both adults and kids! I’ve bookmarked this one ;)
    Tina @ bitemeshowme recently posted..Fergbaker, Queenstown NZ

  2. Annabel is great isn’t she. You must have done her proud cause these sausage rolls look beautiful. My favourite soup is any soup someone makes for me!
    tania@mykitchenstories recently posted..Sausages …. Hands On!

  3. Don’t you just love books in the Bargin Bin? i love buying books that are in there because those are the ones that i wouldn’t buy otherwise hehe and sometimes you really pick up great books ~ Damn I don’t really eat lamb…if not these sausage rolls would be great :) thanks for sharing though because I know Mr Bao would love them!
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  4. That looks really yummmm!!! I think I know what I’ll be making this weekend. :D
    Michelle @ The Bakeanista recently posted..Chez Dre – Round 2

  5. Michelle says:

    these sausage rolls look really interesting.
    Michelle recently posted..Simply Cooking: Salmon and Avocado Don; Warm Chicken Breast salad

  6. Mmm those sausage rolls look delish! I find that if you bake sausage rolls on a rack over the oven tray, you get nice even flakiness and any drippings can just drop away. I will be trying these soon!
    Lisa @ Blithe Moments recently posted..Slippers to work

  7. Dhyan says:

    I love lamb and I was actually looking for a new recipe which I can make this weekend.. Thanks for this idea!

  8. Monte Emery says:

    Your recipe makes me salivate already, seems like I’ll be eating a lot when I try making this one. I’ll bring some to my mother on the Mother’s Day. Hope she’ll love this!

  9. I agree apple works well with so many things – I make a pork, sage and apple sausage roll that is delicious as well (although love the sound of this one)
    Cara @ Gourmet Chick recently posted..Henry and the Fox

  10. Winston says:

    Oh man you’re SO experienced with cookbooks I love it. You’ve cooked from so many of us which is a WIN for us too lol! These sounds delicious. And yay for the awesomeness that is the frozen puff pastry lol! Life saver haha
    Winston recently posted..Beurre Blanc Sauce Recipe

  11. Ames says:

    My favourite soup is definitely pumpkin soup (which is what I thought the above was until I looked closer at the description hehe). And those sausage rolls sound delicious! Might give them a try with beef instead since my mum doesn’t eat lamb… cheers :).
    Ames recently posted..Like mother, like daughter? feat. Cacao Macarons

  12. For me its a toss up between minestrone and pumpkin. Love te sausage rolls :D
    Nic@diningwithastud recently posted..What’s your cup of tea?

  13. oooh nice! I have spent all morning looking through her book and bookmarking this recipe along with the Harissa Paste, Busy People’s Bread and Strawberry Cloud Cake … and then I find your post. Guess what I’ll be making first :-)
    Sneh | Cook Republic recently posted..Coffee Kugelhopf

  14. Interesting indeed! Catchy and classy! I must try this one next morning.

  15. yum yum yum LOVE homemade sausage rolls and pasites and pies and everything warm and comforting :)
    Heidi xo
    Heidi – Apples Under My Bed recently posted..Almond Olive Oil Cake

  16. Debbie says:

    I love Gourmet travelers pork, apple and caramelized onion sausage rolls…will give this one a go this meal planner…

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