Why not make these as a change from a traditional sausage roll. I often make these using vegetarian burgers as well as with a meat burger. They are full of flavour with a coarse texture.
These are a great way of having a burger without the bap. You can also use meatballs.
Burger rolls with a twist!
- 4 beefburgers
- 250g puff pastry
- 1 egg, beaten
- Press the burgers into a sausage shape 30cm long.
- Roll the pastry out thinly into an oblong approximately 30cm x 10cm. Brush one long side with egg wash.
- Lay the burger meat in the middle of the pastry and fold over the pastry to meet the egg-washed side. Press gently and mark with a fork. To get a good flake flick the edge along with a knife. Fork along the top.
- Cut into pieces.
- Place onto a baking tray and bake 180C /Gas Mark 4 for about 20 minutes until golden and cooked through.
As I like the crispy ends of the rolls, I cut mine short, but its personal choice. You can use any burger, meat or vegetarian or any meatball. These taste delicious with red onion marmalade and crispy salad.