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Recipe: Easy Prata Sausage Rolls – Vegan-Friendly

I had two weeks of prata with curry when I got back to Perth, and I think it’s time to give that a break. I should have thought of that before buying a big pack of 20 pieces frozen prata dough. So, it’s time to be creative! I also went to the newly opened ALDI store and bought some vegan sausages so I thought perhaps I can make some prata sausage rolls! It was a randomized pre-sleep thought which haunted me throughout my sleep in the form of a *problem-solving dream. I have many of these dreams – I dream every night, and I usually remember my dreams; it is by far the most effective thought process for me because there is a minimal distraction when I am sleeping, which activates a hyper-focus mode to isolate components that are useful in solving problems and organizing otherwise misplaced ideas. Once, I scored a high distinction essay in the business marketing module after I took a nap and got all the messy points organized and beautifully structured!

*One of the dream theories depicts that the lucid dreams occur to help solve the problems that preoccupy our waking moments.

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So, this is my prata sauage rolls that turned out quite well! I found out later that it’s not exactly a genius or new idea, but well, it’s new to me! With that in mind, we can also use the prata dough to make vegan-friendly curry puffs or pie!

 

 

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Makes 9 small pieces of sausage rolls

 3 pieces frozen prata dough (thawed in fridge - 1 hr)
 3 vegan sausages (if frozen, to thaw in fridge with prata)
 1 tbsp vegan butter or vegetable oil
 1 tsp sesame seeds

Roll & Bake

As soon as the prata dough becomes malleable, you can start rolling the sausage rolls.

1. Preheat oven at 200℃/400℉.
2. Remove plastic sheets from the dough (one dough at a time).
3. Lay sausage in the middle of the dough.
4. Cut off the sides - DO NOT throw out the sides, just place them on the dough sheet to roll the sausage in.
5. Roll the sausage tightly - avoid leaving space to prevent sausage from falling out after baking.
6. Cut the roll in desired sections - I divided them in three parts.
7. Coat the dough thinly with butter or vegetable oil.
8. Sprinkle sesame seeds, use finger or back of a spoon to press the sesame seeds down lightly.
9. Place rolls on baking tray lined with parchment paper.
10. Bake for 30 minutes (check at 25 minutes in case of oven variations).
*11. (Optional) To brown the rolls, switch the heating mode to broil/grill setting and broil for 3-5 minutes (check to ensure it doesn't burn).

Serve warm or freeze balance.

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Ingredients

 3 pieces frozen prata dough (thawed in fridge - 1 hr)
 3 vegan sausages (if frozen, to thaw in fridge with prata)
 1 tbsp vegan butter or vegetable oil
 1 tsp sesame seeds

Directions

Roll & Bake
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As soon as the prata dough becomes malleable, you can start rolling the sausage rolls.

1. Preheat oven at 200℃/400℉.
2. Remove plastic sheets from the dough (one dough at a time).
3. Lay sausage in the middle of the dough.
4. Cut off the sides - DO NOT throw out the sides, just place them on the dough sheet to roll the sausage in.
5. Roll the sausage tightly - avoid leaving space to prevent sausage from falling out after baking.
6. Cut the roll in desired sections - I divided them in three parts.
7. Coat the dough thinly with butter or vegetable oil.
8. Sprinkle sesame seeds, use finger or back of a spoon to press the sesame seeds down lightly.
9. Place rolls on baking tray lined with parchment paper.
10. Bake for 30 minutes (check at 25 minutes in case of oven variations).
*11. (Optional) To brown the rolls, switch the heating mode to broil/grill setting and broil for 3-5 minutes (check to ensure it doesn't burn).

Serve warm or freeze balance.

Prata Sausage Rolls

2 comments for “Recipe: Easy Prata Sausage Rolls – Vegan-Friendly

  1. March 12, 2018 at 2:16 pm

    These look wonderful! I bet they are delicious.

    • March 12, 2018 at 2:25 pm

      It would make great mini-pies, and curry puffs. I wonder if we could use this as pizza base, it’s just a bit flaky.

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