Sausage Pastries with Caramelised Onions and Parmesan

These sausage pastries are super duper easy to make and incredibly tasty. Ok, perhaps parcelling them into little individual pastries takes a little time, but I assure you it's a 0 technique recipe, and it makes the perfect party savoury snack.  

I always end up cracking out my best recipes when I am being a homebody in my PJs.

I woke up in the morning to make these pastries and as soon as my husband got up and smelt them...I knew it was time to start hiding some for myself.

I made a batch and I thought if I popped them into the fridge they would last for a few days. But NOPE.

My husband decided to eat them for brunch, and dinner. GONE in 1 day. 

The same thing happened the last time I made these for a pre-dinner snack when I had friends over. Everyone stuffed themselves and couldn't fit in the main meal! (Naturally, I force fed them the main course coz I am an aggressive foodie).

Anyways, the point is, these are amazing. Try out the recipe!

Sausage Pastries with Caramelised Onions and Parmesan Cheese Recipe

🍴   Serves:18
⏰ Prep Time: 20 minutes
🍳 Cook Time: 15 minutes
⏳  Total Time: 35 minutes

🌱 Dietary Information: N/A

650g rolled puff pastry
6 lamb sausages
2 red onions
1tbs olive oil
3tbs sugar
3tbs balsamic vinegar
100g parmesan shavings
1 egg
Sprinkle of sesame seeds

1. Preheat the oven to 200℃. Line two large baking trays with greaseproof paper and set to one side.

2. Lightly dust a clean kitchen surface with flour and unroll your puff pastry sheets. Using a sharp knife, slice each of your pastry sheets into 8 rectangles. 

3. Slice each of your sausages into thirds and place a piece in each puff pastry rectangle.

4. Add parmesan shavings to each sausage parcel, sharing out the shavings equally.

5. In a small bowl, whip one egg and put to one side ready to be used for sealing the pastries. 

6. Meanwhile, heat the oil in a small non-stick pan and thinly slice your red onions. Add them to the pan, cooking them on medium heat, occasionally stirring to prevent them from sticking, until the onions soften. 

7. Once the onions have softened, add the sugar and balsamic vinegar. Turn the heat to high and continue to stir as the mixture thickens. Once it has thickened, remove from the heat. 

8. Add the caramelised onions to the pastry parcels. 

9. Take your whipped egg and using a cooking brush, coat the edges of each puff pastry rectangle. Fold over each pastry parcel and seal the open edges using the back of a fork. Then, using a sharp knife, score the top of each pastry parcel. 

10. Use the remaining egg to lightly coat the tops of the pastries and sprinkle with sesame seeds. 

11. Place in the oven and cook for 15 minutes or until golden brown. 

Serve your pastries with ketchup.



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