Spoon dessert spoon heaps of the mince along the length a couple inches in from the edge to make a large log
Gently roll the log in the cling wrap and roll back and forth on the kitchen bench to get desired sausage shape Don’t roll to make it thicker and shorter though
Take your log to the fathead that has been rolled out into a large rectangle
Cut the fathead sheet into 8 rectangles
Now to place my sausage I actually unravel it over the dough and cut to fit my mini rectangles and gently lift it from the cling film and place it onto the centre - to first quarter of the rectangle, and then gently roll over keeping seam side down
Do this with all fathead
Place your sesame and nigella seeds onto a plate and mix together
When completed rolling gently place your top side down onto the seeds on the plate to cover the top.
Place onto 2 x Baking sheet covered in baking paper
Cook in oven for approximately 15 – 18 minutes
Please check and move with a spatula, around on the baking sheet, to move out of the moisture so your bottom gets crispy.
Eat just as they are, as they are perfect!
1. Recipe is suitable to freeze before and after baking. 2. Swap lamb for beef, pork or chicken mince.