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Recipe: How To Prepare Scotch Eggs

Recipe: How To Prepare Scotch Eggs

Recipe: How To Prepare Scotch Eggs

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Recipe: How To Prepare Scotch Eggs

Craving for some Scotch Eggs? Let us show you how to make it at home.


  • 6 fresh free range eggs
  • Flour
  • Bread crumbs
  • Richmond sausage/ minced meat
  • White pepper
  • Mixed herbs
  • Sunflower oil for deep frying
Here’s a video that teaches you how to make Scotch Eggs at home:


  • Pour water into the saucepan and bring to a boil.
  • Put 4 eggs into the boiling water gently, for 8-10.
  • Crack the 2 remaining eggs into a bowl.
  • Remove sausage meat from the pack and remove the light membrane skin from them.
  • Mush them together, adding a sprinkle of mix herbs and white pepper.
  • Remove the eggs from the fire, cover them with cold water and allow to cool.
  • Remove the shells from the eggs.
  • Use your finger to take a good portion of the sausage and cover each egg with the sausage meat.
  • Roll to get a good smooth look.
  • Now Beat the 2 crack eggs
  • Pass the covered eggs now through the flour, then dip into the egg and egg wash them
  • Put the oil on fire to heat up
  • Pass them through the bread crumbs now, shaking off any excess crumbs
  • Put them into the oil and allow to cook for 5- 7 minutes, turning them for even cooking
  • Take them out when ready or golden brown
  • Put into a strainer and allow to cook
  • Have it with vegetables, rice etc.
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