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Jan 7th, 2014, 16:07 PM  
avidian
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Deviled Scotch Eggs

I was surprised yesterday when my husband found this. He was checking out all sorts of recipes to try out that are mostly all similar to the high-protein, low-carbohydrate diets. He must have sent me at least six recipes. I guess it wore off because this morning I decided that I must have eggs for breakfast. Anyone here of this recipe before?

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Ingredients:

1 1/2 lb. bulk sausage-we prefer “hot” but country-style or herbed would work just fine.
6 hard-boiled large eggs-shells removed
1/2 Cup all-purpose flour
2 raw eggs, beaten lightly
1 Cup Panko
Peanut oil for deep-frying

For the Deviling Process:

1/4 Cup Mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Apple Cider Vinegar
1 teaspoon Coleman’s English Mustard
1/8 Teaspoon salt
dash of black pepper
paprika and crumbled bacon to garnish

Directions:

For the Scotch Eggs:

Heat peanut oil in a deep fryer to 365° F.

Cover counter top with large sheet of waxed paper.

Divide the sausage into six equal portions.

Flatten the sausage into thin circles.

Place an egg in the center of each round. Enclose each egg completely in the sausage.

Dredge the sausage-coated eggs in flour, dip them in the raw egg and then roll them in the Panko until they are entirely coated.

Fry Scotch Eggs two at a time for 10 minutes.

Transfer to paper towels and allow to cool to touch.

To Devil them:

Halve the Scotch Eggs lengthwise and remove the yolks.

Mash the yolks with a fork and then place them in the bowl of a stand mixer.

Add the mayonnaise, vinegar, mustard, salt and pepper and mix until smooth.

Using a pastry bag or sandwich bag with an end snipped off, pipe the yolk mixture back into the Scotch Eggs.

Garnish with paprika and bacon crumbles.
 
 
Jan 7th, 2014, 17:46 PM  
Avocado
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No I have never even seen this recipe before but I want to thank you for posting it. Holy cow, this sounds so good! Probably something that I shouldn't eat all the time, but as a treat after I go out and exercise for 2 hours!
 
Jan 7th, 2014, 21:17 PM  
Jessica
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I have never heard of or tried that recipe before, but it sounds like it would be absolutely delicious. I have a couple eggs with my breakfast once in a while. so this would definitely be something for me to try. Thanks for posting.
 
Jan 9th, 2014, 16:04 PM  
Jeans
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I've had Scotch eggs before but not deviled. This takes it to a whole new level. Sounds delicious. The calorie count is probably a bit high for me but for someone on a low carb, high protein diet, this would be ideal.
 
Jan 15th, 2014, 16:24 PM  
avidian
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I am on a big egg kick lately so I figure I need to dig out more recipes like this and get to it. I remember picking up the last 2.5 dozen at the store, the lady behind me had one too and mentioned she had no idea what to do with that many eggs.
 
 
Mar 29th, 2014, 04:41 AM  
Terry
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I am an egg guy so this was a nice discovery and I will definitely pass it on to my girlfriend who enjoys to cook and is much better than I am.
 
 
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