How to make breakfast ‘sausage rolls’: Savvy home cook shares her delicious and VERY simple recipe for bacon and egg pastries
- A woman has shared how she prepared homemade breakfast sausage rolls
- Posting on Facebook, Vanessa used a $29 pastry maker from The Reject Shop
- She filled the puff pastry with bacon bits, eggs, grated cheese, peas and corn
- She first got the idea from another amateur cook on from a Facebook group
An Australian home cook has revealed how she makes delicious breakfast ‘sausage rolls’ with egg and bacon using a $29 pastry maker.
Posting to a popular Facebook group, Vanessa said she bought the Mistral Pastry Chef Maker from the Reject Shop because the Kmart Sausage Roll maker has been sold out across selected stores for weeks.
‘I just love the fact that there is zero pastry wastage,’ she said online.
‘I may have over filled these a little, but they worked beautifully.’
An Australian woman has revealed how she made delicious breakfast sausage rolls using a pastry maker
Posting to a popular Facebook group, Vanessa said she bought the Mistral Pastry Chef Maker from the Reject Shop (pictured)
Vanessa first got the idea to make homemade breakfast rolls from another amateur chef who shared their recipe to the Facebook group – which has more than 202,000 members.
‘Thanks so much to whoever posted to the group about them,’ she said.
To make the ‘sausage roll’ filling, she used three eggs, bacon bits, grated cheese and frozen peas and corn.
She placed a layer of puff pastry in the appliance, spooned the mixture inside and placed another pastry piece on top to cook until it became golden brown.
Over the past couple of months, the Kmart sausage roll maker has been used to cook more than simply savoury pastries, as social media users have shared recipes to make banana bread, pizza pockets and desserts using the appliance.
To make the sausage rolls, she used puff pastry, three eggs, bacon bits, grated cheese and frozen peas and corn
She place a layer of puff pastry in the appliance, spooned the mixture into the middle and placed another layer of pastry on top to cook until golden brown
Other home cooks said the results looked ‘amazing’ and ‘delicious’, but many across the country said they are unable to find the pastry maker in stores.
‘None left across the board in Western Australia! I do hope they bring in more before Christmas!’ one person said.
‘I scored one last week they are pretty cool – harder to clean than a pie maker but I love the no pastry wastage,’ another said.
A third added: ‘Got one today [in] Southport, Queensland.’
‘Bega [in] New South Wales had some – got mine there, trying it today!’ another said.