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Clare's Homemade 'Sauso' Rolls

A twist on the classic Aussie sausage roll, this recipe is perfect for sharing and great for making in bulk to eat later!

45 mins
12 ingredients
$2.10 / person
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Clare's Homemade 'Sauso' Rolls

Gear

Ingredients

Serves = 9

  • Olive oil spray

  • 1 heaped tsp crushed garlic

  • 1 can brown lentils

  • 1 zucchini (or other vegetable), grated

  • 2 brown onions, finely chopped

  • 500g lean mince (beef, lamb, chicken, turkey)

  • 2 tsp paprika (or spice of your choice)

  • 1-2 tbsp no added salt tomato paste

  • 100g reduced fat feta, crumbled

  • 2 tbsp pine nuts or almonds, toasted

  • ¼ cup parsley, finely chopped or other fresh herbs

  • 1 whole packet of filo pastry (roughly 15-18 sheets)

It’s this easy

  • Preheat the oven to 200°c and line a tray with baking paper.

  • Spray a frying pan with olive oil and cook the onion and garlic for 5 mins or until soft.

  • Add the mince and cook through. Then add the drained lentils, paprika and zucchini and cook for 2 more minutes. Set aside to cool.

  • Once cooled, add the feta, nuts, tomato paste and parsley, then mix together.

  • Fold 1 sheet of filo pastry in half and spray with oil, then place 3 tbsp of mixture on top and roll up, sealing it on the edge. Repeat this with the rest of the mixture and pastry.

  • Place the rolls onto a baking tray and cook for 25 minutes or until golden brown. Serve with your favourite sauce!

Tweaks

  • Serve with our Roast Capsicum Sauce.

  • Add any spices or vegetables you’d like! Our favourites are mixed herbs, and vegetables like carrot, capsicum and eggplant.

Notes

Nutrition information (per serve), using lean beef mince:

  • Energy (1210kJ)

  • Protein (21.6g)

  • Total fat (10.6g)

  • Saturated fat (3.3g)

  • Carbohydrate (24.4g); Starch (20.9g), Sugars (3.6g), Added sugars (0g), Free sugars (0g)

  • Dietary fibre (4.8g)

  • Sodium (443mg)

  • Calcium (77mg)

  • Iron (3.2mg)

Allergies

Contains: Gluten, Dairy, Nuts, Soy, Wheat, FODMAPs.
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