“Using Woolies sizzlers means no additional seasoning is necessary. This quick recipe can be made even more convenient by rolling and freezing the sausage rolls, ready to air-fry when you need your next fix.”
- For the boerewors sprinkle, mix:
- 2 T coriander seeds, crushed
- 2 T onion seeds
- 4 T Woolworths onion sprinkle
- 2 T flaked salt
- 500 g Woolworths all-butter frozen puff pastry, thawed
- 500 g Woolworths sosatie lamb sausages
- 100 g Woolworths onion marmalade
- 2 free-range eggs, beaten
- 1 cup Woolworths dhania chutney
1. Trim the pastry to fit inside the air- fryer basket, then place the pieces on a work surface. Working with 1 piece of pastry at a time, place a sausage at the short end of the pastry closest to you – if the sausage is too long, trim it to fit.
2. Spread 1 T onion marmalade onto the sausage. Carefully roll the pastry over the sausage and marmalade, taking care not to press out the marmalade. Trim the pastry using a knife and pinch the seam closed.
3. Repeat the process with the remaining pastry, sausages and marmalade.
4. Preheat the air-fryer to 200°C and cook the sausage rolls for 20 minutes. If you need to cook the underside, carefully turn the rolls out onto a platter and return to the air-fryer basket, bottom side facing up, then cook for a further 5 minutes or until golden.
5. Allow to cool slightly before pulling apart and serving) with the dhania chutney and boerewors sprinkle.
Cook's note: Most air-fryers come with removable baskets, which you can pre-load while it preheats. Preheating is important when baking – cooking these sausage rolls in an air-fryer that hasn’t been preheated will cause the butter to release from the pastry instead of making it puff.
Photography: Jan Ras
Production: Abigail Donnelly and Clement Pedro
Recipes: Clement Pedro
Food assistant: Leila-Ann Moketedi