Brisket Sausage Rolls (4 Simple Step Recipe)

What’s better than brisket snuggled inside of crispy, flaky pastry?

Nothing I say!

These brisket sausage rolls are super easy to make.

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You can even smoke your brisket ahead of time or use prepackaged beef brisket.

Now they can be tricky to roll, but once you have done a few it will be easy!

So make sure you follow my steps below!

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What Is the Ideal Meat to Fat Ratio for Sausage Rolls?

My ideal meat-to-fat ratio is 80/20.

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Methods of Cooking Brisket Sausage Rolls

You can either braise or smoke your brisket for this recipe.

I have included my recipe below that braises the brisket.

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 What You Need for Brisket Sausage Rolls

  • Brisket
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 brown onion
  • 1 clove of garlic, minced
  • 5 rashes of bacon
  • 1/2 cup panko bread crumbs
  • 3 sheets of puff pastry
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What Temperature to Cook the Brisket Rolls At?

You should cook your brisket sausage rolls at 350°F.

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Tips for Cooking Brisket Sausage Rolls

Make sure your brisket is cooled before you try to roll it in the pastry.

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How to Cook the Brisket

Not using leftover brisket?

See the easy recipe for braised brisket below.

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Step 1:

Set the oven to 350°F/fan 320°F To cook the brisket, place it in a roasting pan.

Season with salt and pepper, and bake for 30 minutes, or until it is browned on the outside. 

Step 2:

Pour water halfway up the brisket into the pan, then add the butter.

Wrap the foil tightly around the container.

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Step 4:

During the final 4 hours of cooking, lower the oven temperature to 280°C/fan 250°C/gas 1 (you should easily be able to pull the meat apart).

For at least an hour, let the liquid cool.

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Step 5:

Using your hands, carefully break up the brisket (don’t shred it; you want bits that can be recognized).

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Step 6:

Fry off onions, and bacon, then transfer to a bowl and allow it to cool.

Then add the garlic, pepper, salt, 1 egg, and panko crumbs, and add the brisket and mixture well.

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How to Roll the Brisket Sausage Roll

Not sure how to roll the brisket in the pastry?

See the tips below.

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Step 7:

Layout the pastry, with the long edge closest to you.

Brush egg or water along one long edge.

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Step 8:

Get 1/4  of the mixture and shape it into a log down the middle of the pastry sheet.

Then the edge was egg or water, then roll-up. Make sure the seam is down.

Brush the edge of the pastry with egg. Then roll up, finishing with the seam side down.

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Step 9:

Preheat the oven to 350F and brush your sausage rolls with egg wash.

Cook for 30 – 40 minutes until the pastry is golden brown.

Cool slightly on trays then serve and enjoy!

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What to Serve With Brisket Sausage Rolls?

Not sure what to serve with your sausage rolls? Well you need tomato sauce but you might want some other ideas

Grilled Brussels Sprouts

Homemade BBQ Sauce

Smoked Zucchni Salad

Want More Brisket Recipes?

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Loaded Brisket Nachos

Brisket Pie

Brisket Lasagna

Smoked Brisket on a Traeger

Brisket Sausage Rolls

Not sure what to do with leftover brisket? You have to try brisket sausage rolls!
Cook Time40 mins
Total Time40 mins
Course: Appetizer, Dinner, lunch, main, Main Course, Side Dish
Cuisine: American, Barbecue, bbq, dinner, grill, lunch
Servings: 8 serves
Calories: 325kcal
Author: Charlie
Cost: 16

Ingredients

  • Brisket
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 brown onion
  • 1 clove of garlic minced
  • 5 rashes of bacon
  • 1/2 cup panko bread crumbs
  • 3 sheets of puff pastry

Instructions

Step 1:

  • Set the oven to 350°F/fan 320°F To cook the brisket, place it in a roasting pan.
  • Season with salt and pepper, and bake for 30 minutes, or until it is browned on the outside.

Step 2:

  • Pour water halfway up the brisket into the pan, then add the butter.
  • Wrap the foil tightly around the container.

Step 4:

  • During the final 4 hours of cooking, lower the oven temperature to 280°C/fan 250°C/gas 1 (you should easily be able to pull the meat apart).
  • For at least an hour, let the liquid cool.

Step 5:

  • Using your hands, carefully break up the brisket (don’t shred it; you want bits that can be recognized).

Step 6:

  • Fry off onions, and bacon, then transfer to a bowl and allow it to cool.
  • Then add the garlic, pepper, salt, 1 egg, and panko crumbs, and add the brisket and mixture well.

How to Roll the Brisket Sausage Roll

    Step 7:

    • Layout the pastry, with the long edge closest to you.
    • Brush egg or water along one long edge.

    Step 8:

    • Get 1/4  of the mixture and shape it into a log down the middle of the pastry sheet.
    • Then the edge was egg or water, then roll-up. Make sure the seam is down.
    • Brush the edge of the pastry with egg. Then roll up, finishing with the seam side down.

    Step 9:

    • Preheat the oven to 350F and brush your sausage rolls with egg wash.
    • Cook for 30 – 40 minutes until the pastry is golden brown.
    • Cool slightly on trays then serve and enjoy!

    Brisket sausage rolls are a delicious treat and excellent for a quick lunch or appetizers at a cookout!

    Smoke On!

    Charlie

    Author: Charlie Reeves
    Hi, I’m Charlie, I am head taste tester at Simply Meat Smoking! I love it grilling, smoking, and getting out in the yard with the kids! The family also love to test all my recipes (especially my EXTRA CRISPY pulled pork, smoky pork loin, and ANY SEAFOOD I grill)

    You will usually find me playing with the kids, perfecting my brisket bark, or sipping beers with boys around the fire. Can’t wait to share all my delicious smoking and grilling adventures with you!

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