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Old 12-30-2009, 08:24 PM   #1711
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I can only imagine! I dated a body builder before and he would eat 24/7.
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Old 12-31-2009, 09:30 AM   #1712
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Thanks for that link. I just printed out the recipe and might bake it up today! I wonder if you can do w/o the blue cheese dressing? I have all the other ingredients except for that.
Yeah...I wonder if it can be frozen?

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Thanks for that link. I just printed out the recipe and might bake it up today! I wonder if you can do w/o the blue cheese dressing? I have all the other ingredients except for that.
Yeah...I wonder if it can be frozen?
I used ranch instead of blue cheese. I'm sure it would work without the blue cheese, however, it would be SUPER HOT! The recipe calls for an entire bottle of Frank's hot sauce and I really think the ranch cooled it down. All you can do is try though and report back It's really good. I'm going to make it for a party I'm having in January.
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Old 12-31-2009, 11:56 AM   #1714
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2 batches done today for the kids going to NYE parties.
My nephew uses Ranch dressing - he doesn't like bleu cheese. And he says it's great!
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Old 12-31-2009, 02:32 PM   #1715
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I am taking my token cheese ball, simple. 2 pkgs of cream cheese softenened, 1 6 oz pkg of deli beef sliced/chopped, 2 bunches green onions, mix and chill. May be rolled in crushed nuts, parsley or grated cheese if desired.
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Old 01-01-2010, 10:11 AM   #1717
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New Years breakfast!!

Made my first batch of Scotch eggs this morning and mmmmm they were good. Made a few mustard dips to go with it. Delicious and they turned out perfect! DH loved them too. I think we have a keeper, folks!
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Recipe I used for Scotch Eggs

1 tube of jimmy dean regular breakfast sausage
1/2 cup porkrind crushed to a powder
1/2 cup shedded cheddar Cheese
1 tsp Garlic powder

How To Prepare: Mix all ingredients together like you would for a meatloaf, take 2 clumps of the meat mixture and press them out flat and thin about 1/4 inch. Take your hard boiled egg and place it between the 2 patties and seal the egg inside and roll it like a meatball and make sure its sealed inside. Repeat with the rest of the eggs. Place "meatballs" in a baking pan and bake at 350 for 30-40 mins.
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I love Scotch Eggs. Easy, portable and delicious.
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Old 01-01-2010, 08:47 PM   #1720
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Yeppers...those Scotch Eggs are Delish!
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Old 01-01-2010, 08:50 PM   #1721
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I made a L/C/L/F Cheesecake on NYE.
It was to die for!
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Made my first batch of Scotch eggs this morning and mmmmm they were good. Made a few mustard dips to go with it. Delicious and they turned out perfect! DH loved them too. I think we have a keeper, folks!
My kids love these. I am glad I found out about them a ways back. My recipe came from Dana Carpender's cookbook and didn't include the cheese or garlic. I also use 1 lb of turkey breakfast sausage and wrap 5-6 HB eggs instead of 4 to extend the meat.
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My kids love these. I am glad I found out about them a ways back. My recipe came from Dana Carpender's cookbook and didn't include the cheese or garlic. I also use 1 lb of turkey breakfast sausage and wrap 5-6 HB eggs instead of 4 to extend the meat.
Honestly, I don't think the cheese added much to the recipe (other than calories), so I will probably leave it out next time. I felt like I barely had enough meat to cover my 4 eggs though. Maybe my eggs were bigger?
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Honestly, I don't think the cheese added much to the recipe (other than calories), so I will probably leave it out next time. I felt like I barely had enough meat to cover my 4 eggs though. Maybe my eggs were bigger?
I experience the same thing. I only have barely enough for 4 eggs. So, when I know that I am making scotch eggs, I buy the small eggs. I like being able to get 5 or 6 out of my lb of sausage and they seem filling enough that way.
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Where I live, egglands best brand makes a bag of hard boiled eggs. (For some reason hard boiled eggs are just one thing I refuse to make--they never turn out right!!). So, that's probably why mine were so big. So, yeah, I'm living the cheese out. If I can't taste it, it doesn't need to be there! :-) I want to make my calories worth it!!!
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It was amazing! I ate it with celery sticks! My husband even said 3 times it was a keeper! It was soo filling too for just a small amount of it. I have tons of it leftover. I'm wondering how it would last if I froze the leftover? Have you ever tried that? (or does the bowl always get licked clean?) lol
Have it for dinner LOL
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??? Question about the scotch eggs-don't the eggs get rubbery after being cooked again???

Just wondering...might try them...
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??? Question about the scotch eggs-don't the eggs get rubbery after being cooked again???

Just wondering...might try them...
I thought the same thing (that they would get rubbery)...but they are NOT rubbery at all! It's amazing and delicious!
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Recipe I used for Scotch Eggs

1 tube of jimmy dean regular breakfast sausage
1/2 cup porkrind crushed to a powder
1/2 cup shedded cheddar Cheese
1 tsp Garlic powder

How To Prepare: Mix all ingredients together like you would for a meatloaf, take 2 clumps of the meat mixture and press them out flat and thin about 1/4 inch. Take your hard boiled egg and place it between the 2 patties and seal the egg inside and roll it like a meatball and make sure its sealed inside. Repeat with the rest of the eggs. Place "meatballs" in a baking pan and bake at 350 for 30-40 mins.
How well do these keep? I plan on making some for breakfast tomorrow (sunday) but would LOVE to have these for breakfast during the week.
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I thought the same thing (that they would get rubbery)...but they are NOT rubbery at all! It's amazing and delicious!

Good deal.....Now I'm thinking if I did it with sausage and the hard boiled eggs my son would probably love those for breakfast...He could eat it as he runs for the bus... He sleeps until the very last minute...
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How well do these keep? I plan on making some for breakfast tomorrow (sunday) but would LOVE to have these for breakfast during the week.
I have kept mine for a couple of days in the refrig. I have reheated them and have eaten them cold. I like them either way.
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They keep for over a week in a Tupperware container.
Yep...they are Good to go hot or cold!
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They keep for over a week in a Tupperware container.
Yep...they are Good to go hot or cold!
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they are actually in my oven right now and smell HEAVENLY! I actually had my first scotch egg at an irish bar here in indy about 2 months ago and LOVED it! now I'm off to find a good home made recipe for an aoili sauce or somethin'...
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Here's my Scotch Egg Recipe:
Scotch Eggs

1 pound Jimmy Dean bulk sausage (I used HOT)
Grn or white chopped onions or both
Chopped parsley/Optional or some other herb like dried basil or thyme
Mix into sausage
6 hard boiled eggs
Divide sausage into 6 portions. Pat each into patties.
Wrap each portion around one hard boiled egg. Put on a non-stick baking dish or spray on Pam.
Bake in 350 oven for about 30-35 minutes. Excellent leftover cold & re-heated too!
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Serve on lettuce w/sliced tomatoes/pickles season salad w/dressing or lime/vinegar/salt/pepper
Dip in/mustard or Ketchup or both mixed for a dipping sauce.
Or try a mayo/dill pickle relish/mustard /sauce and add Splenda to make it sweet.
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Ohhh, I haven't done Scotch eggs in a while. Thanks for reminding me. I think I'm off to hard boil some eggs.
Problem is I have to hide them from the 20yr old body building male offspring.
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Ohhh, I haven't done Scotch eggs in a while. Thanks for reminding me. I think I'm off to hard boil some eggs.
Problem is I have to hide them from the 20yr old body building male offspring.


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Oh man. Those look great! Love the lettuce and pickles and tomato with hit! Yummo!
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