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Would you rather have a sausage roll or a pastie?

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I used to prefer pasties, though I also like sausage rolls.

Now that I don't eat meat I have to have a cheese and spinach sausage roll which are usually very salty when shop bought, and greasy!
by Finy
MMM has changed since I am no longer a meat eater. Used to be a sausage roll and now I tend to avoid them cos they tend to be all spinach and cheese and rather greasy as Finy referred to.
Pastie hands down. I'm not keen on sausage, and a sausage roll usually seems to have more pastry than a filling anyway.
To me they are a real 'treat' not to be had very often but I do believe in spoiling myself of occasions, especially if I am having a bad day. My choice is a big sausage roll but think that pasties are better for you with the vegies so sometimes have one instead. Enjoy both really
by Fran
A good old fashioned cornish pastiee filled with the best of meat and chunky vegetables,or simply a vegetable pastie!!! Mmmm Mmmmmm
Neither
by AJ
If it's a good sausage roll, then I'll go with that.
by Vee
Last time I ate a Pastie was back in 1966.
It made me very sick, have not had one since.
Love a nice small sausage roll, not those dreadful Huge things at the servo!
It's a sausage roll for me!
Love a sausage roll. Not a giant sausage roll. Love home made sausage rolls (unless the cook has decided to give the sausage rolls a "lift" and has added curry powder or chilli or anything else that came into his/her head).
Plain old fashioned sausage rolls - love them And a baked custard tart to wash it down.
I don't eat either much but prefer a sausage roll, with sauce. I like pies better than either but have managed to break the pie habit so rarely have one these days.
Like both. Used to go to this fabulous bakery, which had the little snag rolls, & they're the best I've ever tasted.
The bakeries' owned by Vietnamese are the best, as they were usually trained by the French!
Years ago I would buy the best pasties ever made. Lovely pastry and soft veggie filling and very more-ish. Sadly they vanished. I never buy sausage rolls as they have too much pastry and filler in the so-called meat filling. I make my own and theyvare always in demand from family and friends. My son-in-law used to work for a well known company who make pies and sausage rolls. He always says mine are the best he's ever
eaten and often requests a batch or two for himself.
Pastie every time! With only Meat, potato and carrot, & sometimes turnip, too - the Cornish Pastie is truly a wonderful meal. The poor Cornish women knew how to feed their mining man.
It must be a proper Cornish Pastie - no corn, curry, peas or other weird additions .
Those foods you mentioned aren't weird! They taste good in a pastie!
Had a meat & vegie one a week ago. Had small snag roll last night.
Both were scrumptious, as from Vietnamese bakery!
by donjo
My Cornish mother is now rolling in her grave at donjo's comment . . !
by Rice
A pastie please.
I gave up trying to find a good sausage roll in Adelaide years ago
Give me a pastie with meat everytime
Oh yes, and a good splash of Heinz tomato ketchup ... my mouth is watering
A pastie please.
I gave up trying to find a good sausage roll in Adelaide years ago
Give me a pastie with meat everytime
Oh yes, and a good splash of Heinz tomato ketchup ... my mouth is watering
neither - if I had to choose, starving for something to eat then a sausage roll
I love both but must admit a good sausage roll is hard to beat with tomato sauce on.
We make our own Pasties,; Cornish pasties are known as "tidde oggies" I am not sure if this is the correct spelling?
I believe the originals had the meat and beg at one end and a sweet filling at the other end, so was a complete meal in itself.
Farley
I always go for a sausage roll, & enjoy finding new places to buy them if I'm really hungry, while I'm out for the day. (And with free tomato sauce, if possible!) I think it's outrageous, places can charge 20 cents, for 1 of those tiny tomato sauce 'things'!
by Miro
As I am half Cornish, it has to be a pastie for me.
by Rice
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