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Spinach, chickpea and sweet potato sausage rolls

Spinach, chickpea and sweet potato sausage rolls | The Fare Sage


  1. Lynne says:

    Lis, you are a genius !!! This is fantastic, and such a brilliant take on the classic sausage roll. They look amazing and really looking forward to trying these out. I am with you on the pastry thing, anything with pastry and I am there 🙂

    1. Oh Lynne, thank you!!! We so enjoyed these “sausage” rolls so I’m very pleased they appeal. Do let me know what you think if you try them! x

  2. Amanda says:

    Lis, these look amazing! And a girl after my own heart with hidden vegetables. Looks great.

    1. Thanks so much Amanda, I’ve been working hard on my photos so I’m pleased you can see the difference. Yes I thought of you when hiding all those veges 🙂 Hope you are well x

  3. I shared this straight away as this is a winner little treat. Love your spices and how cute these little bites are. Loving that board you have your bites on. Where did you get that? Wishing you a super day!

    1. Thank you so much Bobbi! I’m so pleased you like these. Thanks for sharing! The board is cute, isn’t it – its one of those things thats been in my cupboard for years, inherited I think when my Mum sold her cafe. It was obviously handmade and has a lovely hand painted (albeit very faded) rose on one side. I love it!

  4. Jeff says:

    Wow, these rolls look delicious. I love all the ingredients. I could probably eat a whole batch myself.

    1. Thanks so much Jeff! I pretty much did……. 😉

  5. This looks awesome!! Thanks for sharing!

  6. your sausage rolls looks superb! now I want some for my brunch here 🙂

    1. Me too Citra 😉 Thank you so much!

  7. Looks absolutely gorgeous. Will try the recipe soon.

    1. Thank you so much Aish. Please let me know if you like them! 🙂

  8. Love this take on the classic sausage roll – anything that will “sneak” in the veggies always makes me happy!

    1. Thanks so much Kathryn. These don’t even taste like they’re full of veggies – works wonders with the little ones 🙂

  9. These rolls look so fabulous! You would never know that they deflated a little! They look perfect! I look forward to trying these!

  10. Erin says:

    Ohhh yum! Sweet & savory in small bites, perfect.

  11. Jennifer Needham says:

    Did you have an issue with the bottom cooking faster than the top? I just made them and it seems the top isn’t golden but the bottoms are almost burnt. How do I correct this in the past. Followed the recipe to a T.
    Any advice would be great.

    1. Jennifer Needham says:

      Sorry – I meant how do I correct this in the future.

    2. Hi Jennifer, I think it depends mostly on your oven and where you place your baking tray. On Fan Bake in my oven I usually need to position the rack right in the middle of the oven or just slightly above the middle. I find when I position things lower in the oven the bottom cooks faster than the top.
      You could also try cooking them at 195-200C normal bake (not with the fan) again right in the middle of the oven.
      I hope this helps, and I hope you like the flavour enough to give them another go. I’d love to hear how you get on. Thanks, Lis

    3. Rhonda Norris says:

      If you find the pastry burns at the bottom, try cooking them on just the rack with baking paper (rather than a tray). Hope this helps!
      Love the recipe! Thanks!

      1. Ooo great suggestion – thanks so much Rhonda!

  12. Yankiedoodle says:

    Can these be frozen?

    1. Yes definitely. Just cook them about 10 minutes less, allow to cool completely then freeze in an sealed container. Then when you’re ready to eat them, pop them in a preheated oven for around 15 minutes.

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