1. Hi Karissa,

      I always use raw packs of sausage meat. You can of course use raw sausages and remove the skin instead if you can’t get sausage meat.

  1. I do not know how to turn 300 grams of sausage into a measure for cups or pounds. Can you help me?

    1. 300g = 0.661 of a pound. Though i find it easier to just imagine half a pack of sausagemeat or how much sausage meat you would need on a rolled out piece of pastry.

  2. A sausage roll made with pork chicken or Turkey mince and lots of vegetables is a much healthier alternative with added spices and sauce. Everyone raves over my dausage rolls.

  3. 5 stars
    Great recipe. Though i had some pork leftover. I made it into balls and air fried them and they were delish.

  4. This recipe looks great but I don’t know what sausage to use..if I use pork sausage meat or Italian sausage meat will it not make the crust greasy..?

    1. Hi Debby,

      With ours we used sausage meat and the pastry came out ok for us and not too greasy 🙂

  5. Hi Sam! Fellow Brit here (in US). Which US brand of sausage meat do you find to be closer to the type we have in the UK? I always find the US brands to be very coarse and heavily seasoned. Thanks!

    1. Hi Charlotte,

      After some research here what i found out:

      Johnsonville, is probably the most favoured sausage. They make a wide variety of links, patties, they are widely available in all grocery stores. You can then break it up and use as an American alternative to sausage meat.

      The above is from one of our American readers, as we have not had to buy sausage meat in the US and thought that it was best coming from him and i hope it helps. 🙂

    1. Hi Jannette,

      We have not tried but i do not see why not, just adjust the cooking time and lower the temp as the puff pastry puffs up and then is closer to the element so will cook quicker 🙂

  6. 5 stars
    Baked homemade sausage rolls today, even made own sausage meat. Used as guidance your recipe for using an air fryer and I couldn’t be happier, made a load in my air fryer in 3 batches and have actually turned out better than using an oven. Cheaper, easier saving time, energy and money!

  7. 5 stars
    As a Brit in the USA that loves sausage rolls this is a keeper recipe. You can use any sausage meat you want even use sausages and take the skins off. Thanks for the recipe.

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