Jamie Oliver shares ‘great cheat recipe’ for making sausage rolls

Jamie Oliver makes his ‘quick and easy’ sausage rolls

Golden-brown sausage rolls are undoubtedly the favourite savoury bites of pastry lovers in Britain. Not only are they a guaranteed crowd-pleaser, but they are also the perfect make-ahead appetiser.

Whether you’re looking to save money or brush up on your culinary skills, Jamie Oliver has created a quick and simple recipe for making the delectable treat.

The cook has made several variations of the sausage roll to date, but one of his most recent twists celebrates autumn with seasonal fruits.

The chef’s easy-to-follow recipe combines delectable puff pastry, fresh apples and pork mince to create the go-to treat on cold nights.

“Sausage rolls are one of the simplest but most satisfying and delicious things to make,” one of the fans recently confirmed on the chef’s YouTube channel, while another echoed: “Very nice done Jamie, it’s a winner!”

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One leek

One Royal Gala apple

Four sprigs of fresh thyme

500 grams of minced pork

½ teaspoon mustard seeds

500 grams of puff pastry

One large free-range egg.


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Preheat the oven to 200C/400F/gas 6. Wash, trim and dice the leek, core and dice the apple, then pick the thyme leaves.

Combine the pork, leek, apple, thyme leaves and mustard seeds in a bowl, then season and set aside. Roll out the pastry to one cm thick and 34 cm x 30 cm. Halve lengthways and place a strip of mince down the centre of each.

Brush the edges with beaten egg, roll up and seal. Brush with more egg, then cut each strip into three cm rolls. Score the tops and bake for 20 minutes or until golden and cooked through.

Depending on the occasion, the chef proposes making some rolls larger and serving them on a chopping board to slice up for dinner guests.

 “You can do any way you like,” he confirmed. “But guys, homemade sausage rolls are beautiful [and] so easy. This is a great cheat recipe.”


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