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Old 04-29-2007, 09:40 AM   #1
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Scothed Eggs

Gary always takes care of dinner at the contests and I do the breakfast.

Gary had some rib eye steaks that he brought and Tim did a fantastic job of grilling up. Gary has a new steak rub that is fantastic.



Here is some scothed eggs I did on the WSM.

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Old 04-29-2007, 10:23 AM   #2
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I've got to try eggs like that some time. They look so good.
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Old 04-29-2007, 10:24 AM   #3
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Those eggs look goooood.
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Old 04-29-2007, 12:11 PM   #4
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Love those eggs...they look great.
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Old 04-29-2007, 06:20 PM   #5
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Nice looking eggs Bill. Thats just breakfast sausage around them right?
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Nice looking eggs Bill. Thats just breakfast sausage around them right?
That's what it is Nick.
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those things were goooooooood... I was surprized... It wasnt something I had on my list to try...but it is now something on my list to cook now!
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Hey Bill,

Is there a trick to getting the sausage on that thin? I've tried to make these eggs before and always end up with 1/2" of sausage on the outside and that is a bit thick for my liking...

Any help would be appreciated.

James.
Not realy. I just cut the sausage into 8 slices, put a slice in my hand and made a bowl and then put the egg in and started wrapping.
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I just wanna know WTF is a "Scothed" egg? Whatever they are it sure looks good!!
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Larry here is my recipe for them, I have never done them on the WSM though.

Scotch eggs

Ingredients :

1/2 lb ham (finely minced)

10 eggs (8 hard/semi hard boiled) 2 beaten

6 anchovies fillets (finely minced)

1/4 cup chopped parsley

2 cups fresh breadcrumbs

pepper to taste

some butter

some olive oil



Directions :.

Mix together ham anchovies breadcrumbs two beaten eggs and parsley. (should make for a wet mixture.)

Take the hard boiled eggs that are shelled and cooled and wrap a layer of the ham mixture over them.

Play with this so that you do not end up with too much of the ham layer.

Set aside on a plate. Do the same with the remaining eggs.

In a large skillet take some butter (about a tablespoon or more) and a bit of olive oil and heat to medium / high.

Fry all of the eggs in the skillet until they are all golden brown on all sides. They should be nice and crispy on all sides. Drain on a paper towel.

Cut each egg in half and serve warm on toast or even on a green salad.

Sprinkle with pepper. (Due to the salt content of the ham and the anchovies I did not find any need to add anymore salt)
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Old 04-30-2007, 09:29 AM   #11
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Larry here is my recipe for them, I have never done them on the WSM though.

Scotch eggs

Ingredients :

1/2 lb ham (finely minced)

10 eggs (8 hard/semi hard boiled) 2 beaten

6 anchovies fillets (finely minced)

1/4 cup chopped parsley

2 cups fresh breadcrumbs

pepper to taste

some butter

some olive oil



Directions :.

Mix together ham anchovies breadcrumbs two beaten eggs and parsley. (should make for a wet mixture.)

Take the hard boiled eggs that are shelled and cooled and wrap a layer of the ham mixture over them.

Play with this so that you do not end up with too much of the ham layer.

Set aside on a plate. Do the same with the remaining eggs.

In a large skillet take some butter (about a tablespoon or more) and a bit of olive oil and heat to medium / high.

Fry all of the eggs in the skillet until they are all golden brown on all sides. They should be nice and crispy on all sides. Drain on a paper towel.

Cut each egg in half and serve warm on toast or even on a green salad.

Sprinkle with pepper. (Due to the salt content of the ham and the anchovies I did not find any need to add anymore salt)
Thank you Diva and I will use your recipe. But I already knew what they were, I just couldn't pass up the opportunity to pick on Bill's misspelling! I was just poking fun!
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duh@me sorry Larry I missed that completely.


going to go get more coffee now.
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those things were goooooooood... I was surprized... It wasnt something I had on my list to try...but it is now something on my list to cook now!
They are great.....I usually put more sausage around mine but I only am able to get 3 eggs per roll of sausage.
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Diva, the only difference is I dont do the bread crumbs. Just the sausage around the egg and onto the WSM at 250* for 1 hour.
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Thank you Diva and I will use your recipe. But I already knew what they were, I just couldn't pass up the opportunity to pick on Bill's misspelling! I was just poking fun!
Hey Greg, I thought we banned Joker?
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those things were goooooooood... I was surprized... It wasnt something I had on my list to try...but it is now something on my list to cook now!
They are great.....I usually put more sausage around mine but I only am able to get 3 eggs per roll of sausage.
That's all I got with the ones I made last time.
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Those eggs were great! Thanks for sharing them with us at the contest Bill.
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Bill I am going to have to try those without the breadcrumbs.

I have the next two weekends available to play around so I will add that to my list.
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Those look fantastic Bill. May have to do a dozen or 50 at Oinktoberfest this year. Those would be great to pass around and share. Along with ooompappy's hush pup's
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