Scottish EggsFrom tuilelaith 4 years ago
- 4 to 6 hard boiled eggs, I use medium boiled, I find the eggs to rubbery if they are hard boiled before the are baked shopping list
- 1 pound sausage, your choice, I like it spicy shopping list
- 1/2 of an onion, finely chopped, optional shopping list
- seasoned croutons, all smashed up, or crackers, smashed shopping list
How to make it
- Make sure the eggs are cooled down to room temperature to work with.
- And make sure the sausage is warmed up to room temperature, to work with.
- If you want you may add the onions into the meat once it is room temp.
- Put the smashed up but good crumbs in a bowl and set aside until needed.
- I use 1/6 th of the pound of sausage and spread it out.
- I place the egg in the middle of the sausage.
- Then I proceed to wrap the egg with the sausage.
- Now you put the egg/sausage ball into the bowl of smashed up but good crumbs.
- Coat it well.
- Place on a cooking rack, that is set in a pan.
- Do this for all 6 of the eggs.
- Put into a pre-heated 350 degree oven and bake until done.
- If I remember correctly it takes 20 to 40 minutes, depending on the thickness of the sausage and how done you want you meat!!!
- Remember when you take these out of the oven you need to let them cool before you bite into them.
- They are hot and juicy all the way through!
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- These were originally deep fried.
- It only takes a few minutes.
- But I worry about the fat content.
The Cooktuilelaith Columbia, MO
The Rating7 people
my granny will be screamin to hear the old recipe has now got some UMPFFFF!!!! Love it!!! (we call em Scotch eggs. 5/5pixyqueen in Sydney,Australia loved it
Never tried these before but they do look good. We all have to be bad sometimes!mrsc543 in North Reading loved it
I ate these 'eggs'(for the first time) riding
on a 'Ferry' across the English Channel many
years ago~ I am pleased to have your
"5"FORK!!!!! recipe for these little 'gems'~
Added this recipe to some of...moremjcmcook in Beach City loved it