There is hardly a Sunday afternoon, we do not eat sausage rolls and by ‘we’ I meant my two girls. When people think of sausage in Nigeria, ‘gala’ a popular sausage roll brand comes to mind.
And my two angels love demanding for gala and yoghurt every Sunday on the way home back from church. So after numerous Sunday afternoons of buying gala, I decided to make our weekend snack “sausage rolls”.
My kind of sausage rolls
Growing up, sausage rolls made at home were usually with corn beef filling. The advantage of using corn beef is that, it’s already been well seasoned, so all you have got to do is just to scoop up the beef into your cutout dough, fold and bake. Voila!!!
But moving on from there, I learnt some new ways of spicing up my sausages which I’m going to be infusing in my Nigerian sausage recipe today. I hope you will enjoy reading this.
So read on as I take you on a step by step method of making my Nigerian sausage rolls.
The Nigerian sausage rolls recipe
For the sausage rolls filling:
500g of chicken sausages
½ cup of breadcrumbs
80ml milk/ ½ a Tin of milk
I small onion (grated)
1 stock cube
For the Nigerian sausage rolls dough
- 250g of plain Flour
- 1 teaspoon of baking powder
- 125g of butter
- A pinch of salt
- Cold water
- Nutmeg (optional ) its adds a nice flavor though
Do try the above and leave your comments below. Until my next recipe, happy holidays.
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