For me, the summer is all about having fun outside with my boys. We end up having a lot of picnics. Whilst cheese sandwiches are nice, day in day out they get a bit boring. I often make sausage rolls and picnic rolls, so for the BritMums' Summer Turkey Recipe Challenge I decided to use turkey mince rather than sausage meat. It is a quick and easy recipe. Preparation time is 5-10 minutes and the cooking time is dependenent on how big you make your rolls.
500g turkey mince
2 grated apples
1 slice of bread made into bread crumbs
1/2 an onion diced
100g of grated cheese
2 tbs of tomato puree
1 block of puff pastry
Start by mixing all your ingredients (except the puff pastry) in a bowl.
Roll the puff pastry into a rectangle and add the filling
Pinch the pastry to seal the roll. Turn over, cut to the size of rolls you want and add slits. Place on a baking tray and cook in a pre heated oven 220°C.
These took about 25 minutes to cook.
Perfect for a picnic and if the weather continues to be rubbish, it tastes lovely eaten warm with some baked beans too!
This post is an entry to the BritMums' Summer Turkey Recipe Challenge and for more turkey recipes head on to the Lean on Turkey Website.