Wrapping It Up.

Sausage Wraps

When i was asked to make a little something for a function my mum was attending where everyone was bringing a bit of food, i immediately thought of making the ingenious sausage wraps i saw on Happy Home Baking. I loved the fact that it uses roti prata instead of puff pastry which i have an aversion towards.

These were so quick and easy to make. The pratas really crisped up in the oven and smelt divine while the little rolls were baking. They came out looking really impressive, especially since they took barely ten minutes to put together.

I’ll definitely be adding this to my list of finger food- thanks, Happy Home Baker!

Sausage Wraps [adapted from here]

Sausage Wraps II

Ingredients
6 frozen roti pratas, left to thaw at room temperature for about 20 minutes
12 cocktail sausages
60g butter, softened
1/2 garlic head, peeled and minced
2 sprigs of parsley, roughly chopped
A pinch of sweet paprika

  1. Preheat oven to 180C. Line a baking tray with aluminium foil. lightly grease it with a bit of melted butter and set aside.
  2. In a small bowl, combine butter, garlic, parsley and paprika and set aside. Cut each prata into halves and thinly spread butter mixture on each half. Place a cocktail sausage on each half and roll prata over sausage till sausage is fully enclosed. Place sausage wraps on prepared baking tray and cut three slits across. Bake for 20 minutes then turn heat up to 200C and bake for a further 5-7 minutes till wraps are golden brown. Makes 12
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  1. Hi Laureen, This look yummy!
    Guess what I got today?! Thank you so much for the wonderful box of goodies–I was so surprised! You really didn’t have to send something (not that I am not glad that you did) :-) I loved it all–can’t wait to try the chicken mix especially. Mahalo for everything!Deb

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  2. Hey Deb!

    Wow that was super quick- i certainly wasn’t expecting the package to get there for a couple more weeks. It was my pleasure to put it all together. I’m so glad you enjoy it :)

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  3. I saw these over at HHB as well; a great idea, doncha think? I’ll definitely be trying this the soonest. Thanks for reminding :D

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  4. It is such a good idea, makes for such perfect finger food. No worries- i’m sure your little nieces will love them, drenched in tomato sauce and all :)

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