Pølsehorn Recipe – another name for this dish is Danish sausage rolls. Sausage rolls are something that many are familiar with. It is basically sausages wrapped in dough. While it is not an overcomplicated dish, there are different ways you can enjoy the bread snack. With Danish sausage rolls, you can usually see the dough used to wrap the sausage is usually shaped into a triangle before the sausage is rolled into it. It is not certain where exactly the sausage rolls originated from, but they are a fun and simple snack to make. If you’re a beginner in making the dish, this is one recipe you should try:
- 1 packet yeast (50 g)
- 4 dl warm water (should be around 37 ° C/warm to the touch)
- 600 g flour ( 400 g wheat flour and 200 g graham flour, but you can also use pure wheat flour, or other ratios for other types of flour)
- 1 tsp. salt
- 24 sausages (if you happen to use long ones, make sure to cut them to a manageable size)
- 1 tbsp Ketchup or mustard (remoulade, dressing, cheese, or whatever you feel like for additional filling or dip)
- Stir the yeast into the finger-warm water.
- Mix flour and salt, and stir or knead it together with water and yeast.
- Cover the dough and let it rest for approx. ½ hours or until it doubles in size.
- Turn the oven to 180 ° C
- Divide the dough into three equal balls.
- Flatten the balls into a large circle until it is between a whole and a half cm in thickness.
- Cut the circle into eight triangles by first cutting it in the middle one way and in the middle the other way. And then diagonally in the middle between the first cuts.
- Now place a strip of egg wash – or do not, if you want to make them completely neutral – on the widest piece of each triangle.
- Place a sausage in the same place and roll the dough around the sausage from the bottom of the triangle to the tip. The sausage may peek out at both ends of the sausage horn.
- Then you place the sausage rolls with the joint facing down on baking sheets – two more are needed – lined with baking paper, and brush them with water.
- Bake them in the oven for 20-25 minutes, until the dough is cooked through.
What Else to Know About the Pølsehorn Recipe
While the traditional recipe calls for plain sausages in bread, there are plenty of options you can try. For example, you can add some cheese along with your sausages. You can also play around with your dipping sauces and try things like ranch dressing. There is also the option of trying out different types of sausages. Either way, pølsehorn is a snack that offers different options to try and makes for a great treat at parties.