Sunday, 17 January 2016

Recipe: Cheesy Marmite Sausage Rolls

Cheesy Marmite Sausage Rolls

Marmite. You either love it or hate it. I am yet to meet a person that feels indifferent about it. So if you're not a marmite fan, quit now as this recipe probably won't be for you.

There's something quite comforting about a sausage roll. Chris' mum makes the absolute best, sadly I don't have the recipe (yet!), and is famous round Sedgley for them. Yup. Black Country folk love them. So as I've been feeling a little bit poorly, and the weather has suddenly turned freezing, I decided comfort food was in order. Specifically, a freshly baked sausage roll.


How to make sausage rolls

But I also wanted marmite. I remember when I was little, marmite used to be one of my comforts. Marmite on buttery toast was always a winner, and the smell wafting through the house, usually with my Dad saying "eugh, yuck" makes me smile, so I think it's fair to say I was craving it when this idea popped into my head.

Feel free to adjust the amount of marmite used in the sausage mix to suit your taste, as I appreciate it's quite a strong flavour. The 2 tsp in the recipe does give quite a strong taste, so if you want it a little subtler then I'd recommend perhaps only 1 to 1.5.

Cheese and Marmite Sausage Rolls


Makes approx. 14 sausage rolls

Ingredients
1 small red onion, finely chopped
375g sausage meat
1 tsp dried sage
2 tsp marmite
50g cheddar cheese, grated
1 sheet of ready rolled puff pastry
1 egg, beaten
salt & pepper

Method

Preheat the oven to 180c and line a baking tray with baking paper.

In a bowl mix together the sausage meat, red onion, sage and season with salt and pepper until everything is well combined.

Add the marmite and mix that so it's incorporated into the meat.

On a lightly floured surface take the ready rolled puff pastry and divide down the middle so you're left with two long rectangles.

Place the marmite-sausage mix down the middle in a long line of each rectangle of puff pastry, moulding with your hands so it is even and level.

Top the sausage mix with grated cheese, then brush one edge of the pastry with egg. Fold the other edge of pastry over the meat mixture and then use a fork to press down and seal the edges. Brush the top and edges with more beaten egg.

Cut into bitesize sausage roll pieces (roughly 7 per rectangle), then place on the baking tray. Bake in the hot oven for 25-30 minutes.

Tuck in straight away, they are delicious warm straight from the oven!

Marmite lover? Check out these fellow marmite recipe by my foodie friends:

Marmite & Chilli Quaterpounders from The Veg Space
Marmite & Mozzarella Flatbread from The Veg Space
Marmite Caramel Brownies from Tin & Thyme

13 comments :

  1. I would eat all of these and gladly

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  2. What a fab idea - I will definitely give this a try with some veggie sausage mix! Yum. Thanks for linking to my Marmite recipes - you can probably tell I'm a fan!

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  3. I still can't work out if I love it or hate it. I think it's because I like a "hint" of it with cheese or in a sandwich. So this would be perfect!

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  4. These look amazing. We have a bake off every six months or so at work, and no matter what I make, the sausage rolls always win. I think I might have to try this recipe next time - if you can't beat 'em, join 'em! x

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  5. What an amazing way to use marmite. I definitely fall in to the "love it" category. I am going to make a veggie version of this at the weekend.

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  6. Ohhhh my gosh, these sound amazing! I will definitely try a vegetarian version of these - the flavours sound fab! Genius!

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  7. That's a mArvellous idea!!! Believe it or not, I'm fairly indifferent about marmite, I like it but don't love it!!!!Xx

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  8. LOVE marmite, definitely have to make these!

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  9. food looks delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  10. How many syns do you recon for slimming world users please? Xx

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    1. Hi Tracey. Unfortunatly I don't know the answer to this, having never done Slimming World I am unsure how they work out syns.

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  11. Looks so delicious.I like this recipe

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