How to Make Scottish Eggs

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Scottish eggs is a really great dish that you can easily make for your next party. Find out how to make Scottish eggs with help from an experienced culinary professional in this free video clip.

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My name is Ryan Wagner, and I'm going to show you how to make Scottish eggs. This is a great dish you can make for your next party, you can have them all prepped out ahead of time and then fry them right before your friends come over. Step one for this is to make your meat mixture. If you don't want to make your own meat mixture, you can just buy some premade sausage and use that. If you want to make it, here's how we do it. Now, to two pounds of pork here, I'm going to add a tablespoon of salt, a teaspoon of black pepper, one tablespoon of paprika, half a teaspoon cayenne pepper, four teaspoons of ground coriander and half a cup of red wine. So, we'll mix all these ingredients together until it looks cohesive, test a little bit out, make sure you like it, then we'll go ahead and move on to step two. So, go ahead and mix our spices and our meat together and then we're going to move on to wrapping our eggs up. Now, I have some soft boiled eggs here, these are just boiled for five and a half minutes and then cooled down . I'm going to roll out some of this meat mixture in my hand and then wrap it around the egg. After that, I'm going to dredge it in some rye flour, shake off the excess, then it goes into some egg wash, just beaten up egg, the last part of this step is going to be going into some bread crumbs. Once it's coated nicely with bread crumbs, I'll drop it into the fryer. I've got some oil here at 350 degrees. I'm going to fry this until it's golden brown. Now that it's coming out of the fryer, I'll let it drain out for a moment and cool it down, cut it in half, and there you have your perfect Scottish egg, soft in the middle. Your friends will love this.


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