At the bakery where I work we always sell sausage rolls, and they are really tempting to taste when they’ve just gotten out of the oven.
I have to keep reminding myself that apart from being a vegetarian, I’m actually not a big fan of the texture you get in most sausages, just the thought of chewing down on a lump of fat actually makes me cringe, yet the warmness of the roll itself really appeals to me.
So finally, I’ve made my own! Using soy-based sausages of course, and luckily I really do prefer the texture of these good fellas instead 😀
For filling you can choose from a wide variety of sauces, I prefer mine with either ketchup or pesto though 😀
- Soy-based sausages
- 25 g margarine (plantbased)
- 250 ml soymilk
- 25 g of fresh yeast
- 2 teaspoons of sugar
- 3/4 teaspoon of salt
- 400 g all-purpose flour
+ your filling
How to do:
- Heat up your milk and margarine in the microwave.
- Dissolve your yeast into the mixture
- Add the rest of your ingredients (apart from the sausages)
- Place the dough in a bowl and set it aside for 1 hour.
- Once 1 hour has gone you knead the dough and divide it into six pieces.
- Turn on your oven to 200 degrees Celsius.
- Roll out each piece like a square and brush some of your favorite filling on the inside, place a sausage and wrap it up.
- Place the rolls on a sheet of baking paper, cover it up with a towel and let it rest for another 15 minutes.
- Brush your soyrolls with some soymilk or water and bake them for approximately 20 minutes.