• Makes 12
  • 35 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 4 Ingredients


Really quick and easy, plus you can add bits and pieces like garlic or other herbs. Freezes well and easy to reheat, although I don't recommend using the microwave as it tends to go a bit soggy.

Ingredients (makes 12 rolls)

  • 3 Sheets ready rolled puff pastry
  • 500 Grams sausage mince
  • 415 gram can peaches, well drained
  • 1 tablespoon finely chopped parsley


  1. Cut each sheet of pastry into half, then half again
  2. Combine all ingredients, mixing thoroughly.
  3. Form mix into 12 rolls and pace on pastry
  4. Moisten edges with water, and then fold pastry over, joining the edges underneath.
  5. Bake at 200C for 20 minutes or until golden brown. Serve with fruit chutney or spicy sauce.


From memory this was from the side of a can of peaches from the early 70's...

  • This is different!
    I’ve never had or seen peaches in a sausage roll with sausage mince before. I’m interested to see what this would taste like.


  • The addition of peaches is interesting. Might make them sweeter. Thanks for the recipe.


  • A modern twist on the classic, lovely!


  • Sounds and looks so yummy


  • A nice spin on an Aussie classic, I am willing to give it a try as it looks delicious.


  • I have not tried that I can recall this recipe before but it would be nice I think


  • I like the combination weve combined peach and pork before our favorite is pork and apricot


  • Great ..well I have never tried peach but now will give it a go.


  • Sounds intriguing. It’s a very unusual combination but I’m up for it.


  • Sorry, it is a thumbs down from me. I will stick to the original recipe.


  • Interesting combination.


  • not so sure about this flavour combination but it does sound interesting. Maybe someone can make it for me to try first!!!! any takers


  • These look so good! I love peaches too.


  • Your sausage rolls look amazing,an easy recipe as well! Thanks!


  • What an interesting combination. Not one I would ever have considered, but I’m prepared to try.


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