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da fat boyz bbq Posted - 02/19/2012 : 11:41:15 PM
Just tried making "Scotch Eggs" for the 1st time! Got the idea and recipe from this site...


Didn't look as pretty, but they rocked!
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the_big_swede1 Posted - 02/23/2012 : 9:57:35 PM
Tried this last night on the WSM. They turned out with a really nice color. The overall presentation would be perfect for tailgating. However, I think they need a more "hip" name, like "Pork Grenades" or something. :) They tasted great, and I really enjoyed the mix of textures you get in a bite from the bacon to the sausage and ending with the egg... However, I will note that one of the CBJs that tried these didn't like the texture combination of the sausage with egg in the middle... guess that is why we drop the lowest score, right! :)

We used Johnson's Hot Italian sausage.
ckelly Posted - 02/20/2012 : 11:00:52 AM
Scotch eggs are AWESOME. Had my first encounter with them at bar in Vancouver. I probably went back for them 4 times that weekend!

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