These sausage rolls are so simple to make and all they contain are 4 ingredients. For these sausage rolls, I used Richmonds meat-free sausages. They are great for a party buffet or to take into work as a Christmas treat.
I took these sausage rolls to a social event where there were 8 non-vegans. They couldn’t believe how good they tasted and how similar they were to meat sausage rolls. One of them commented that the texture was really good and he said that meat sausage rolls can have a grisly texture which is usually from the fat or bits of bone. They even had seconds which endorsed how good they really are.
I have also made a delicious Christmas Wellington using Richmond meat-free sausages. If you are not a fan of the Richmond sausages, why not try an alternative and see what you think. If you do find a lovely alternative that you would like to share, comment below.
Vegan Sausage Rolls
8 Richmond meat-free sausages
1 Small onion – Finely diced
1 tsp Sage
Plant-based glaze (See notes)
- Pre-heat the oven to a Gas Mark 6 / 200C / 400F
- Start by softening your onions in a frying pan on a low heat for around 5 minutes.
- Remove the sausages from the casing and place into a large mixing bowl. Add in your softened onions and sage. Season with salt and pepper. Mix all the ingredients together.
- Open the puff pastry leaving it on the greaseproof provided. Brush one edge of the pastry with the glaze. Then place a line of your mixture near the end of the pastry ( you need to be able to seal) and then fold over your pastry ensuring its pulled tight.
- Seal the pastry together using the back of a folk and then cut off any excess pastry. Cut your pastry roll into the required portions and cut a small slit on the top of each one.
- Place onto a backing tray with the greaseproof and then seperate your portions on the tray (see video). Bake in the oven for around 20-30 minutes or until brown.
- Plant-based glaze is made by mixing 2 tbsp of soya milk to 1 tbsp of maple syrup.
- You can also make smaller sausage rolls by cutting your pastry in half and spliting your mixture into 2 portions.
Why not check out my other Christmas Recipes
Mince Pies – Wow your friends with these mince pies. They are so simple and delicious, each bite warms the soul with the very essence of Christmas.
Mincemeat – Mince Pie Filling – This recipe is so simple, there is no waiting around for weeks for it to mature. You can make it today and use it today. Your kitchen will smell heavenly.
Healthy Mince Pie Bars – Spice up your mincemeat and try something new. They are a yummy alternative to mince pies They contain no unhealthy fats and they are also gluten-free.
Garlic Mushroom Parcels – Spice up your Christmas dinner with this simple starter.
Tomato Soup – Spice up your Christmas dinner with this simple starter that can be made in advance.
Tomato Bruschetta– Spice up your Christmas dinner with this simple & quick starter that can be made in advance.