Cheese & Marmite Sausage Rolls Recipe!

Hello lovelies,

Now, I know marmite is quite the controversial spread. It really is a ‘you either love it or hate it’ kinda spread but in our household… marmite is the ultimate treat.

I’m calling all marmite lovers near and far, you best believe that these sausage rolls I’m sharing with you today are a absolute MUST TRY! Need I say more.

If you are a marmite lover, you’ll agree with me when I say that marmite paired with cheese is the best combination. I honestly don’t think you’ll ever find a better combo than that. It is nothing short of perfection.

So, whilst I was having my daily scroll through my Pinterest recently, I saw someone had made marmite and cheese sausage rolls and my heart exploded. Whoever the genius is that thought of combining two of my favourite things in life, deserves a MBE.

Yup, you can bet your life I was ordering the ingredients and baking these asap. Not only do these sausage rolls taste absolutely divine but my god, the smell that fills the room whilst these are baking is unbelievable. These sausage rolls are dreamy.

Do you fancy giving them a bake yourself? If you do… then, you know the drill. My recipe for my version of these cheese and marmite sausage rolls is below:

Category: Savoury

Serves: 20 Mini Rolls

Prep Time: 20 Minutes

Cook Time: 30 Minutes

Overall Time: 50 Minutes

Ingredients You Need For The Sausage Rolls:

  • 2 Ready-To-Roll Puff Pastry Sheets
  • 400g Of Sausage Meat
  • 2tbsp Of Marmite
  • 100g Of Cheddar Cheese
  • 1 Egg, Beaten

How To Make The Sausage Rolls:

  • Firstly, gather together your equipment and ingredients, line two baking trays with parchment paper and preheat the oven to 200C / 180C Fan / Gas Mark 6.
  • Secondly, in a large bowl, mix together the 400g of sausage meat, 2tbsp of marmite and 100g of cheddar cheese until fully combined. Set to one side.
  • Next, take the two sheets of puff pastry out the fridge and unroll right away. (It will be quite stiff due to being chilled so if any tears happen whilst unrolling, just use the warmth of your fingers to push it back together again).
  • {TIP: I usually unroll my pastry and keep it on the parchment paper it comes with but if you’d prefer, you can roll the pastry out on a lightly floured surface}
  • About 1.5inches from the left edge, place a line of the sausage meat around 1inch thick, making sure to leave around 1inch from the top and the bottom of the pastry.
  • Once you’ve got your sausage meat in place, lightly egg wash the pastry around the edges of the meat and then fold the excess pastry from the left, over the sausage meat, making sure the sausage meat is completely covered by the pastry.
  • Using your fingers, very gently press the edges of the pastry together tightly.
  • Now, using a knife, cut as close to the edge of the pastry as possible, so that the excess pastry can be used up.
  • Repeat the steps above with the remaining pastry from sheet one and repeat with the second sheet of pastry, until all the pastry and sausage meat has been used up.
  • When you’ve finished, using a knife, cut the sausage rolls into bite-size pieces.
  • Place the sausage rolls onto the pre-lined baking trays.
  • Using a pastry brush, egg wash the sausage rolls all over (this will give the sausage rolls that gorgeous golden coating).
  • Place your sausage rolls into the oven for around 30 minutes, until the puff pastry is golden brown and the sausage meat is cooked right the way through (TIP: depending on the size of your sausage rolls, they may need longer in the cooker).
  • Finally, once cooked, take out the oven and place onto a wire rack to cool down slightly before serving.

That’s your Cheese & Marmite Sausage Rolls prepared and baked, ready for you to enjoy!

Let me tell you, these did not last long in my household. Even my dad, who isn’t the biggest marmite fan, polished off a few of these sausage rolls and absolutely loved them.

What more can I say other than you NEED to try these asap! They are ridiculously good.

Let me know in the comments below if you make these sausage rolls yourself and if you do, what your thoughts are on them. Are you a cheese & marmite sausage roll fan? or will you stick to the originals?

Sending you all tons of love & hugs as always,

Elle xo


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