San Choy Bau Inspired Sausage Rolls | Recipe
I won a raffle to get some facials done on me and a few friends at home. This was quite a treat (especially considering it was free) but as the weekend arrived I realised I was really time poor and I wasn't going to have much time to make food for my guests! This horrified the inner hostess in me (even though my friends were fine just going to a local cafe). Luckily I had a light bulb moment and I thought of sausage rolls; easy to make and can be picked on between facials and chats. I was also inspired by all the san choy bau recipes I had read recently so decided to put an Asian twist on the regular sausage roll. What was even better was the mince mixture created a beautiful broth that I ended up using as a base for a noodle soup that I also served after our facials. Ended up creating two dishes in an hour, and with my inner hostess satisfied I was able to truly enjoy my facial!
1 tablespoon oil
Canola oil spray
1. Heat the oil in a large pot, once warm add the garlic and ginger. Cook for 1 minute.
2. Throw in the chicken mince, coriander, spring onion, soy sauce, oyster sauce, peanut oil and sweet chilli sauce. Mix together.
3. Cook until the chicken is cooked through.
4. Cut the puff pastry into 6 rectangles
5. Place a generous teaspoon at the edge of each rectangle and roll the pastry over the mince.
6. Spray the rolls with the canola spray and sprinkle with sesame seeds
7. Bake at 180 for 30 minutes