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On a chilly, crisp night, nothing beats the soothing aroma of fresh sausage rolls with their familiar, flaky crust. Whenever I make these traditional pig sausage rolls, I am whisked away to endless fields of grain and nostalgic family reunions and community potlucks. This dish embodies the spirit of sharing and simplicity; it is based on Midwestern traditions and is quite straightforward. Make them for a party or a quiet night in, and you’ll have a dish that’s as comforting and delicious as it is nostalgic.
The best way to enjoy these traditional pig sausage buns is hot out of the oven, with the delicious scent wafting through the house. With some homemade apple sauce or a fresh garden salad on the side, they are just delicious. Pair them with a hearty soup or a mix of roasted vegetables for a heartier dinner. For dipping, don’t be short on spicy mustard or your go-to barbecue sauce!


Twelve rolls of classic pork sausage

What You Need: One pound of pork sausage
a tablespoon of canola oil
One little onion, minced
2 minced garlic cloves
dried thyme, 1 teaspoon
1.5 milligrams of dried sage
Toss with salt and pepper.
1 defrosted box of puff pastry 1 beaten egg for the egg wash
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