Sausage rolls were my go to bakery choice growing up as a kid and I will still occasionally indulge in one on a road trip. I love the idea of a more adult sausage roll mixture in to celebrate Australia Day, but there is still a good amount of veggies in this Thermomix recipe to ensure its a healthier choice. This Sausage Roll Thermomix Recipe is only for the filling.
You may choose to use puff pastry, gluten free puff pastry or shortcut pastry to make Sausage Rolls.
The Filling is also delicious made into meatballs for snacks/lunchboxes or burger patties. If cooking in a pan, cook slowly on medium to low heat to avoid the sugars in the apple browning too quickly.
If you are looking for more Australia Day Thermomix recipe inspiration, you might like to check out:
50gbread(optional) I used sourdough, gluten-free if required
100ggreen applecored, roughly chopped
1/2tspground white pepper
Add fennel seeds to dry mixer bowl, mill for 30 sec/speed 9/MC on.
Add bread and parsley. Chop for 30 sec/speed 9/MC on. Set aside.
Without washing bowl, add apple, carrot and zucchini. Chop for 2 sec/speed 9/MC on. Scrape bowl down and repeat if needed. It should be a fine chop.
Add remaining ingredients, including reserved bread crumb. Mix for 4 sec/speed 4/MC on or until just combined. At this point you can choose to put it in puff pastry, short crust pastry, form into meatballs or fry in a pan for very yummy mince!