Mix pork sausage and ground sage together. Set aside.
Unwrap the package of puff pastry and place one sheet on a lightly floured surface. Place the second sheet back in the refrigerator until ready to use.
Roll the sheet into a 12 x 9-inch rectangle. Cut lengthwise along the folds, into three even strips.
Divide the sausage mixture into six portions. Form each portion into a long cylinder. Place in the center of each strip of pastry.
Roll pastry over the sausage and press the seams together to seal. Cut each roll into 4 pieces and cut slits into the top with a sharp knife. Brush with beaten egg and set aside.
Set air fryer to 7 minutes at 400°F allow it to preheat. Press Air Fry >> press Time and turn the knob until it reads 7 minutes >> press Temp and turn the knob until it reads 400F.
Once it beeps, carefully add 12 sausage rolls to the air fryer basket and slide into the air fryer. Follow the same process to make the remaining 12 sausage rolls.
When the air fryer beeps and display reads Turn Food, open the drawer only to check to make sure they are not over cooked. Close the drawer and allow sausage rolls to finish cooking, or remove if needed.
Carefully remove sausage rolls from air fryer basket and place on a plate. Allow to rest for 5 minutes before serving. Continue cooking the remaining sausage rolls.
Serve warm with HP Sauce, Coleman’s mustard, ketchup, or dipping sauce of your choice.
Preheating the air fryer before baking will make the pastry crisp and flaky.
Just like ovens, all air fryers cook differently.
Check internal temperature with a meat thermometer, should be 145°. If not cooked through, put them back in for a minute or two to finish baking. Allow to rest for 5 minutes before serving.
There is no need to flip these sausage rolls over, the air circulates below the tray and crisps the bottom.
Dip your finger into a small bowl of water and run it along the seam to moisten. This will help keep the seams together.
To freeze: place baked or unbaked sausage rolls (without egg wash) on a baking sheet. Cover and freeze until firm. Remove the frozen rolls and store in a gallon size zipper top bag, or airtight container in the freezer for up to one month.
When ready to serve, bake from frozen as directed adding few minutes to the cooking time. Reheat baked rolls using the reheat function until heated through.
Store leftover rolls in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days, not that they will last that long. Reheat in the air fryer using the reheat function.