Scotch Eggs

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Introduction: Scotch Eggs

Have it for Breakfast or Enjoy with a Beer. It's an ideal comfort food

Ingredients:
Eggs
Ground Sausage (I used Italian Seasoned just to save time)
Flour
Bread Crumb
Veg. Oil for Deep Frying
Salt and Pepper to taste (in this case, I didn't use any)

Extra:
Mustard
Grated Parmesan
Parsley


Step 1: Boil, Cool, Peel

Boil the eggs
Soft- 5-7min
Hard- 7+min
(*Note- if you are going for soft boiled eggs, be super careful when peeling)

Put them in Ice Cold water to stop the cooking process

Peel and set aside

Step 2: Wrap It Up

Place a plastic wrap on your working surface (It makes thing way easier)

Place a portion of the ground sausage top and flatten out with hands

Flour the egg and place in the center of the ground sausage (Flour makes the meat stick to the egg)

Grab the plastic wrap and wrap the egg with the meat (Pinch off any excess and shape the egg)

Repeat

Step 3: Foodies Assemble!!

Have bowls of flour, beaten egg, and breadcrumb ready

Start with the flour, lightly flour and brush off excess

Then beaten egg, sorta wiping away excess

And lastly the Breadcrumbs

Wrap each individually in plastic wrap and place in the fridge till you are ready to cook

Step 4: Fry Em Golden

Heat up the oil to 375°F for deep frying

Only fry them till Golden Brown

Meantime, preheat Oven to 350°F

Step 5: Bake and Serve

Bake for 10min.

To Serve/Optional:
On top of a lettuce with tomato slices
Mustard
Cut in half and sprinkle Parmesan or Parsley or both :)

Enjoy!!

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    45 Discussions

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    MeloVlog
    MeloVlog

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Thank You :D great way to start my day lol

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    sunshiine
    sunshiine

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah I hear you! Hope everyday is a great start for you!

    sunshiine

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    ThomasB6
    ThomasB6

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I'VE MADE THESE FOR YRS, I DID THEM WITH PICKLED EGGS ALSO USEING BEET JUICE & VIN THEY COME OUT A COOL DARK PINK TASTE GREAT! ALSO DO MY EGGS IN PRESSURE COOKER, EASIEST PEEL EGGS EVER.

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    NetWt4Lbs
    NetWt4Lbs

    6 years ago


    I have made these before but I didn't like them, perhaps it's an acquired taste for me lol
    Great handy food though, all in one breakfast

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    kbaldwin11
    kbaldwin11

    6 years ago

    Off the wall question, you a military family?

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    kbaldwin11
    kbaldwin11

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Lol is it bad I recognized the the kitchen and dining room table?
    Thank you for this tutorial, I've always wanted to try these.

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    n0ukf
    n0ukf

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Suggestion I've read for easy peeling eggs. Don't use the freshest eggs, let them sit a week to 10 days before boiling.