I don't know what to call it in English, but it is called Sausage rolls in Japan. I live in New Zealand, of cause, Sausage rolls is puff pastry stuffed with mince. I think it is common in US, UK and ...wherever.
It is similar with hot dogs that is kind of sandwich served with grilled sausage.
This sausage rolls that bread dough is tied around sausage, and baked in oven together.
It is sold at bakery in Japan. I used to eat a lot when I was kid.
It is nice when it is hot. I reheat it before I eat.
Japanese style Sausage rolls
400g High grade flour
8g Dry yeast
8g Dry yeast
140g Water (lukewarm)
100g Milk (lukewarm)
20g Butter (soften)
1/2 egg wash + Milk
1. Combine dough ingredients except butter in to a large bowl. Knead it with your hand, until it becomes dough. Take it out onto the floured counter, knead it for 15 minutes until it gets elastic and smooth. Add butter, knead it until butter is just evenly incorporated into the dough.
2. Put it back into oil sprayed bowl. Put plastic cover on it. Place it warm place until it gets double size. (1- 1.5 hour)
3. Pour the dough on the floured counter, deflate it gently. Divide it into 8 pieces (100g each). Make them ball shapes. Rest them for 15 minutes.
Set baking paper on the baking tray.
Place them on the baking try.
5. Place the tray with cover at warm place for 40 minutes until it they get bigger.
6. Preheat oven at 180℃.
Brush egg wash.
Decorate with tomato sauce or mustard as optional.
8. Cool them down on the wire rack.
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