I'm still enjoying life in Palm Springs, we've been hanging at the pool, outlet shopping, and tomorrow, we are finally golfing. Wish me luck! Enjoy this special recipe from Sheryl @ Cents'able Shoppin!
So what to do with all of it? I have a great recipe that I use to make Sausage Rolls!
As a young child, my mom (who is from Great Britain) used to make these all the time. Yummy - seriously, I could gobble down a whole tray. And they're fool proof. Sadly enough, I don't use recipes, so I'm going to tell you how to make them sans recipe!
1 Box of Puff Pastry (see picture above) - about 3-4 bucks at the store in the freezer area
1 Roll of Jimmy Dean Sausage (any)
Thaw out the Puff Pastry by letting it sit on the counter for 20 min or so. The Puff Pastry will have 2 sheets, each sheet is in thirds ~ so unfold one sheet, and take your sausage, and make a line of sausage down the middle of each of the 3 sections - maybe 1/2 in wide? Not too thick...Then, take a knife and cut down each pastry sheet to separate the 3 sections. Fold each section over the sausage, and then use a knife and egg white to seal the edges ~
You'll have 3 long tube-looking pieces that you'll just cut 2-3 inch pieces out of (see picture far top). Lay them on a foiled cookie-sheet, and put in the oven on about 350 for oh...I'd say about 20 min? Until lightly browned at least.
Then take out, cool for a bit, and enjoy! Yummy!!! My mom used to make these all the time, we'd totally gobble them up!!!!! If you don't eat them all, just throw in a ziploc baggie and stick in the fridge. They're even good cold (but then, I'm not picky really...I'll eat anything as long as it's food!)