How to Prepare Super Quick Homemade Baked bacon and onion roly poly

Baked bacon and onion roly poly. Cover the bacon with the sliced onion, and sprinkle the stock cube over the top. Use a little water to wet around the edge of the pastry, and roll up like a Swiss roll. Use the paper to push it over.

Add sufficient gravy to moisten, you don't want it too wet, combine and allow to cool. So, Bacon & Onion Roly Poly, a simple and quite quick to make dish this is very good indeed. I use onion, bacon, sliced carrots or mushrooms and sliced tomatoes.

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Cover the bacon with the sliced onion, and sprinkle the stock cube over the top. Use a little water to wet around the edge of the pastry, and roll up like a Swiss roll. Use the paper to push it over.

To get started with this recipe, we must prepare a few ingredients. You can cook baked bacon and onion roly poly using 8 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you cook it.

The ingredients needed to make Baked bacon and onion roly poly:

  1. {Get 8 oz of bacon or ham, chopped.
  2. {Get 1 of red or white onion, chopped.
  3. {Make ready 1/4 pints of gravy.
  4. {Take 8 oz of self raising flour.
  5. {Make ready 1 pinch of each, salt & pepper.
  6. {Make ready 4 oz of suet, vegetable or beef.
  7. {Prepare 1/4 pints of cold water.
  8. {Get 4 oz of mushrooms, sliced (optional).

I make a tomato sauce – tin chopped toms, salt & pepper, tsp sugar, to pour over the roly poly. Anyway, back to the Bacon and Onion Roly Poly Pudding! Slice the onion thinly and cut the bacon into bite-size pieces. Bacon and Onion Roly Poly I love suet based puddings and savouries.

Instructions to make Baked bacon and onion roly poly:

  1. Fry bacon/ham in a little oil, do not brown, remove from pan.
  2. Add onion to pan, fry gently until transparent, if using mushrooms add at this stage, return bacon to pan..
  3. Add sufficient gravy to moisten, you don't want it too wet, combine and allow to cool..
  4. Heat oven to 200C.
  5. Place flour, suet and salt & pepper in a bowl, add enough water to make a firm dough..
  6. On a floured surface roll into a rectangle approximately 3/8 -1/4 inch thick.
  7. Spread cooled bacon mixture evenly over pastry leaving a half inch gap all round edge..
  8. Moisten edges with water, from wide side roll like a swiss roll, ensure edges are sealed, place on a greased baking sheet with the seam at the bottom..
  9. Cook in centre of oven for 45- 60minutes, until golden brown.
  10. Serve sliced with potatoes and vegetables of choice and lots of gravy.
  11. You can spread a thin coat of your favourite barbecue sauce on the pastry before adding the bacon mixture for added flavour..
  12. You can use this pastry (without the pepper) to make a jam or syrup roly poly, roll out pastry as above, spread with jam, raspberry for preference, or syrup, roll and bake as above, serve with lashings of custard..

This particular one is a roly poly, rather than a pudding. Usually, or at least more often, suet items are steamed or cooked in a muslin cloth and boiled. Mix the suet, flour and water together. A classic dish brought to us by Gail & Jill of the Blacksmith's Café in Hastings. Relish our Bacon Roly Poly recipe.

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