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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Scotch Eggs anyone?

Years ago we discovered a new easy yet tasty way to eat boiled eggs. It was during the time of the Summer Olympics which took place in London England. In our search for tasty recipes to try, these came up. I saw how easy they were to make so I had to give them a try. My hubby and son loved them so much that they request them at least once or twice a year.

Scotch Eggs are good eaten for Breakfast, Snack, Lunch, or my favorite…Brinner! Traditionally Scotch eggs are made with the finished product being rolled in breadcrumbs and deep-fried until done. The first time I made them I did it that way. It is tasty, but now I opt for a different method I found that uses no breadcrumbs and baked in the oven. In comes the Paleo Scotch Eggs.

Paleo Scotch Eggs
6 soft boiled eggs
1 lb. ground sausage (your favorite breakfast kind or try Italian sausage)
Pan to cook in (see notes in directions)

It’s best not to cook your boiled eggs too long because they will cook some more in the final step. Preheat the oven to 350 or 375 degrees. Carefully peel your soft boiled eggs and set aside. Divide your sausage into 6 equal parts. Flatten each piece to be able to wrap around each of your boiled eggs. Keep working with the meat to get the egg fully covered. Place sausage wrapped eggs on a foil-lined baking pan or use a muffin pan like I do. Bake for around 20 minutes or till fully cooked. Remove each to a paper towel to drain off fat.

Serve as is or with a condiment of your choice. We like to eat ours with spicy brown or honey mustard. My son and hubby love these eggs. They made some together once before and request them all the time. I don't make them that often, but I should since they are so easy to make :-)

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