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Organized dad George Georgievski who packs elaborate lunches shares a recipe for sausage rolls

A super organized dad who wakes up every morning at dawn to pack elaborate lunch boxes for his two daughters has shared his recipe for ‘fancy’ sausage rolls – which are a big family favorite in his home.

George Georgievski has steadily built a following of more than 130,000 social media in recent years mainly by sharing daily photos of the complicated lunches he puts together for his two girls.

‘I saw Jamie Oliver do something like that, and mine is a fryer-style version,’ wrote George Instagram.

He often packs the sausage rolls into his daughter’s school lunches because they are easy to make and are ready in just 20 minutes.

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A super organized dad who wakes up every morning to pack elaborate lunch boxes for his two daughters has shared his recipe for 'fancy' sausage rolls (photo)

A super organized dad who wakes up every morning to pack elaborate lunch boxes for his two daughters has shared his recipe for ‘fancy’ sausage rolls (photo)

George Georgievski has built a following of more than 130,000 on social media, mainly by sharing daily photos of the intricate lunches he makes for his children (pictured)

George Georgievski has built a following of more than 130,000 on social media, mainly by sharing daily photos of the intricate lunches he makes for his children (pictured)

George Georgievski has built a following of more than 130,000 on social media, mainly by sharing daily photos of the intricate lunches he makes for his children (pictured)

To make George's sausage rolls, he first said get your 'favorite luxury sausages' and some frozen puff pastry (see photo montage)

To make George's sausage rolls, he first said get your 'favorite luxury sausages' and some frozen puff pastry (see photo montage)

To make George’s sausage rolls, he first said get your ‘favorite luxury sausages’ and some frozen puff pastry (see photo montage)

To make George’s sausage rolls, he first said you should get your “favorite luxury sausages.”

“I used beef with oregano and parsley,” he explained.

Then you just need to find a piece of frozen puff pastry and cut it in half.

“Squeeze the meat from the sausage onto the dough and put a few strips of carrot on top,” he said.

Then fold the dough over and use a fork to push the edges down and brush the dough with egg wash, sesame seeds and salt.

Thousands who saw the simple sausage rolls recipe (pictured) were impressed online, writing comments like 'these look great' and 'fantastic'

Thousands who saw the simple sausage rolls recipe (pictured) were impressed online, writing comments like 'these look great' and 'fantastic'

Thousands who saw the simple sausage rolls recipe (pictured) were impressed online, writing comments like ‘these look great’ and ‘fantastic’

This is how you make the sausage rolls

INGREDIENTS

Sausages

George told how to make his sausage rolls (photo)

George told how to make his sausage rolls (photo)

George told how to make his sausage rolls (photo)

A sheet of puff pastry

Sesame seeds

Two eggs, beaten

salt

A root

METHOD

Cut a piece of frozen puff pastry in half.

2. Squeeze the meat from the sausage onto the dough.

3. Add a few strips of your carrot on top of the sausage meat.

4. Fold the dough over and use a fork to press the edges down.

5. Brush with egg wash and sprinkle some salt and sesame seeds over it.

6. Put them in your air fryer at 180 degrees Celsius for 12 minutes or in the oven at 180 degrees Celsius for 25 minutes.

Source: School Lunchbox

To cook the sausage rolls, George explained that you just have to put them in your air fryer at 180 degrees Celsius for 12 minutes.

If you want to cook them in your regular oven, it will take 25 minutes at the same temperature.

Thousands who saw the easy recipe were impressed online, writing comments like ‘these look great’ and ‘fantastic’.

“No kidding, I’m making these for the kids for lunch. You have inspired me, ”wrote a fellow parent.

Such a wonderfully simple recipe! I love that they can be eaten cold at lunch time and still taste 10/10! another added.

Earlier, George (pictured with his kids) shared his genius trick for turning leftover sandwich crusts into cinnamon rolls, and parents across Australia have called it 'genius'

Earlier, George (pictured with his kids) shared his genius trick for turning leftover sandwich crusts into cinnamon rolls, and parents across Australia have called it 'genius'

Earlier, George (pictured with his kids) shared his genius trick for turning leftover sandwich crusts into cinnamon rolls, and parents across Australia have called it ‘genius’

To make the cinnamon rolls all you have to do is cut the crusts off a piece of bread and gently attach them together with your knife (see cooking photo)

To make the cinnamon rolls all you have to do is cut the crusts off a piece of bread and gently attach them together with your knife (see cooking photo)

To make the cinnamon rolls all you have to do is cut the crusts off a piece of bread and gently attach them together with your knife (see cooking photo)

The dad of two (photo cook) said this is the perfect way to use up leftover crusts and slices of bread

The dad of two (photo cook) said this is the perfect way to use up leftover crusts and slices of bread

The dad of two (photo cook) said this is the perfect way to use up leftover crusts and slices of bread

Earlier, George shared his genius trick of turning leftover sandwich crusts into cinnamon rolls, and parents across Australia have called it ‘genius’.

To make the cinnamon rolls, all you have to do is cut the crusts off a piece of bread and gently join them together with your knife.

Once you did this, George told you to do a ‘little twist’ by folding the crusts into a circle.

Secure the circle or ‘scroll’ with a skewer to keep it tight and together.

“Put some butter in a pan, add some cinnamon and then put your rolls in the hot pan,” George said.

Let them soak up the butter and cinnamon for a few minutes, then enjoy the hot scrolls.

George tries to use as many bright colors as possible in his school lunches (photo) for his children

George tries to use as many bright colors as possible in his school lunches (photo) for his children

George tries to use as many bright colors as possible in his school lunches (photo) for his children

The dad of two also recommends making your sandwiches less boring by putting twists on it (pictured with his family)

The dad of two also recommends making your sandwiches less boring by putting twists on it (pictured with his family)

The dad of two also recommends making your sandwiches less boring by putting twists on it (pictured with his family)

He said one of the best ways to make school lunches is to pack them in a bento box (photo)

He said one of the best ways to make school lunches is to pack them in a bento box (photo)

He said one of the best ways to make school lunches is to pack them in a bento box (photo)

What are George’s best lunch tips?

* Do your shopping on Sundays and plan ahead

* Try to change the lunch box daily to get variety and different vitamins

* Don’t just make sandwiches – you can use wraps, pasta, rice, and eggs if school allows

* Use the colors of the rainbow to make it exciting for your kids

* Avoid sweet treats and opt for exotic fruits like dragon fruit or passion fruit instead

* Chop your food with fire and color different sections

George shared how to make the school lunch box more exciting for your kids:

‘Bright colors in the form of fresh products [are key], use the rainbow as a form of inspiration, ”George told Daily Mail Australia.

The dad of two also recommends making your sandwiches less boring by putting twists on it.

George regularly makes a ‘ravwich’, which is his take on the Italian ravioli, or the ‘spring wich’, which is his take on a Chinese spring roll – for his two girls, and he said that both are a nice alternative to a regular sandwich.

“A bento box is also a cool and easier way to pack school lunches,” he said.

‘There is no cross-contamination – which is often a problem for children – and it is also leak-proof, which means the food looks good.’

While you might think it takes hours to prepare a lunch box that looks just as good as George’s, the 45-year-old said it actually only takes between five and 10 minutes.

“I’m usually prepared, which helps,” he said.

‘I spend an afternoon peeling, cutting and washing all the fruits and vegetables. Then I can simply store them in airtight containers in the refrigerator, ready to use. ‘

Lunches are typically filled with ‘bite-sized vegetables’.

Mini cucumbers, mini tomatoes and mini carrots are big hits in his household, while using a red bell pepper as a cup for other foods has also proven popular.

“Anything small is less daunting to kids,” he said.

‘They’re more likely to pick it up and try. Smaller pieces of fruit are also fun to use because of their bright colors. Strawberries and grapes are my favorites. ‘

To learn more about George, you can visit his Instagram profile here.

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