Nigerian Sausage Rolls

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Nigerian Sausage Rolls

How to Make Nigerian Sausage Rolls


Nigerian Sausage rolls ranges from the trade marked products such as Gala®, Bigi®, and Super bite®  which are popular in most major cities (sold by hawkers during traffic jams) and the sausage rolls sold at major eateries.

But no matter what type of sausage roll you buy, Nigerian sausage rolls usually contains a beef filling and is simply delicious.Here's how to make a tasty Gala-like sausage rolls. Enjoy!

 
Ingredients you'll need for Nigerian Sausage Rolls
For the dough
• 250g All purpose Flour
• 1 teaspoonful Baking Powder
• 100g Margarine or butter
•  ½ teaspoon Salt
• Cool Water(as needed)
• 1 raw medium-sized egg(for coating the rolls)
For the sausage rolls filling you'll need

• 200g of minced or ground sausage meat
• ½ teaspoon black pepper
• ½ teaspoon of ground Nutmeg
• 1 stock cube or 1 tablespoon full stock powder

Nigerian Sauage rolls Preparation
*First grind the sausage meat.Add nutmeg, black pepper and crumbled stock cube/powder.Mix thoroughly to get all the spices in.Set aside

* In a bowl, add the flour, baking powder and salt.Mix well and add the margarine or melted butter.Mix well by rubbing the margarine into the flour;Continue mixing until the mixture looks like bread crumbs or garri.

* Now add a little water, bit by bit, until you get a non-sticky smooth dough.

* Break and egg, whisk it and set aside

* Grease or line a baking tray and set aside

* Place the dough on a lightly floured table and knead for 5 minutes. 


Nigerian Sausage Rolls recipe
* Cut out a bit of the dough and using a rolling pin,roll  the dough flat (but not too flat). Then cut out the dough to form a rectangular shape and place some of the spiced sausage meat on the dough  and fold the dough.

* Now cut the rolled dough into two or more equal sizes (depending on the length of the sausage you want). Place the sausages in the greased/lined tray and repeat the process for the remaining dough.

*Now bake in the Oven at 170ยบ C/ 375 F for 35 minutes or until the sausage rolls are lightly browned.

Nigerian Sausage Rolls are usually enjoyed with a chilled drink or yogurt.

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Nigerian Sausage Rolls


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* Nigerian Chin Chin recipe
* Nigerian Chicken Pie
* Nigerian Sausage Rolls
* Nigerian Egg Roll
* Nigerian Scotch Eggs
* Nigerian Fish Rolls
* Nigerian Fish Pie Recipe
* Nigerian Meat Pie
* Nigerian Buns
* Nigerian Puff puff




By Nky Lily Lete

40 comments:

  1. Is sausage meat the same as the one used for making meatpie? I'm confused.

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    1. No dear, it is not the same as the one for meatpie . In Nigeria it is called 'satis meat' and usually sold at most supermarkets... if you check the video above you'll see the meat I used ... Do let me know if you have more questions :)

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  2. Please how did you get the sausages mixed to that consistency in the video?

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    1. Hi Isaac, I blended it to get that consistency, any blender would do :)

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  3. Anonymous4:20:00 PM

    Can I make the sausage meat myself, from beef or any meat type? How do I make Minced meat or minced Chicken myself?

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    1. To get minced meat or chicken, simply place boneless meat/chicken(cut into smaller sizes) in a blender and grind thoroughly. As for making the sausage meat, here'sone recipe I like http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/how_to_make_homemade_sausage/

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    2. Anonymous3:38:00 PM

      Thank you. Please what's the difference between mini sausage roll and the Nigerian sausage roll?

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    3. Anonymous3:39:00 PM

      Must I use the satis meat for my sausage or any other?

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    4. The Mini sausage rolls are the smaller version of this Nigerian sausage roll

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    5. To get the original sausage roll taste, you have to use sausage meat,but some folks also make use of ground cooked beef.

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  4. Anonymous5:03:00 PM

    Can can beef be. Used as sausage

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    1. To get the original sausage roll taste, you have to use sausage meat,but some folks also make use of ground cooked beef.

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  5. Anonymous1:21:00 AM

    looks yummy tastes yummy thanks

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    1. Anonymous11:40:00 PM

      Pls i need cake recipe n preparation

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    2. check ''cake recipes'' above.

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  6. Anonymous12:21:00 PM

    Nice work here can the same pastry recipe be used for hotdog sausage rolls

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  7. Hi, so my Aunt bought a king of long beef to make sausage roll and I'm not sure if it is the kind of sausage meat to use and if it is how do I get it mashed up like yours?

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    1. Hi Lola, you can grind it in a blender.

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  8. Just tried this recipe and it came out wonderful! Just so u know,u hv a lot of visitors who use ur recipe but never comment and I used to one of such until now.....please keep up the good work,and one day,u will definately reap the good of ur sweat.

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    1. Hi dear, I'm so glad you decided to comment today.Thanks for the lovely feedback and hope to see more of you here :)

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  9. Anonymous1:28:00 PM

    Jst found out abt ur blog tru nigerian blog awards nd I must say dat I'm so lucky to have found u. U make everytin seem so easy,tnks a million#muah. nd jst so u knw,I voted 4 u

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    1. Thanks so much sweetie for voting for me and great to have you here, keep in touch :

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  10. Anonymous8:30:00 AM

    Can I use satis

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  11. Anonymous8:30:00 AM

    Can I use satis

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  12. Anonymous12:20:00 PM

    Pls does ur sausage roll recipe guarantee very soft dough crust, cos I prefer very soft crust to hard ones

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  13. Hi, good job ure doing here, I forgot to add baking powder to my dough and it's been resting in d fridge for almost 24hours cos power was out, can I still use d dough or make another? Thanks.

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    1. If you didnt add baking powder, you can still use it dearie.

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  14. Well done sis, please can i use hot dog as my sausage meat?

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    1. yes dear, grind the hotdog, mix with spices and use it for sausage roll.

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  15. looks delicious. Please how many pieces will this recipe make?

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    1. Hi Ella, about 10 pieces or more.

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  16. Anonymous2:00:00 AM

    Nice work sis. Can u pls give me d recipe for 130 pieces of sussage. And can i add milk to my dough to make it more rich

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  17. Hi Nky, please u did not teach us on how to make samosa and spring roll

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    1. Hi Ngo, check here http://www.nigerianfoodtv.com/2012/09/nigerian-snacks-recipe.html

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  18. nice work. the sausage beef is not common in the supermarket here . is the sausage beef the same as satis beef?

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    1. Yes it is the same as satis beef :)

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  19. Hi
    why commercial beef sausage rolls are getting dry after 2 days..

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