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Old 02-11-2008, 05:35 PM   #241
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I make Scotch eggs a couple times a week! It's nice having something easy to grab and go. And DS (Mr Bodybuilding Protein boy) eats them non stop!

Ooops. I don't use that recipe. Just 1 16oz Jimmy Dean Sausage to 4 hard boiled eggs. So simple!
Hollandaise sauce is awesome over these too!

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I've never had a scotch egg in my life. I may have to give this a try. I'm not a fan of plain hard boiled eggs tho. I like egg salad and stuff like that but not plain. Do you think I would like this?
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I've never had a scotch egg in my life. I may have to give this a try. I'm not a fan of plain hard boiled eggs tho. I like egg salad and stuff like that but not plain. Do you think I would like this?
I don't like plain hard boiled eggs, either. If i have hard boiled eggs, they have to be in something.. tuna salad, egg salad, etc. But I really liked these scotch eggs.

I sprinkled just a tad bit of salt in the yolk of each one, when I cut the scrotch egg in half to eat it. Yummy
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Thanks Sammi! I will give them a try then! I hope I like them as they sound like a great quick snack if you have some already made up.
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Thanks Sammi! I will give them a try then! I hope I like them as they sound like a great quick snack if you have some already made up.

I'll be curious to see if you like them!
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I'm enjoying this thread...and the Scotch Eggs look marvelous. I'll be trying those this week!
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Egg Salad for folks that HATE Egg Salad

* hard boiled eggs
* celery
* mayo
* bacon (crumbled)
* shredded cheese


i dont measure, ever....but this stuff is SO GOOD and i truly dislike egg salad! sometimes i like to eat it warm...
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bacon makes everything better.
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bacon makes everything better.
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wow, ive never ever heard of a scotch egg before, but that sounds really yummy!!
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I'm reheating in the toaster oven as we speak.
I was so ticked off last week I made 3 more of them and put them in the frig.
Went to get one for breakfast the next day and I couldn't find them! Called DS and he said he ATE THEM. ALL. (AND asked me to make some more!)
OMG. I was PO'd. I mean, come on! That was a pound of sausage on those 3 eggs. I know he is an 18 yr old human garbage disposal, but still!
Anyway, he apparently reheated them, probably in the microwave and continued to eat them just fine. LOL.
Brat child of mine.
I was thinking Hollandaise sauce would be awesome over these. Of course Hollandaise is awesome over ANYTHING but....
is it wrong that ive never had hollandaise sauce?? do we have a recipe for that?
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is it wrong that ive never had hollandaise sauce?? do we have a recipe for that?
I think it's a sin!!! LOL I love hollandaise; more specifically, egg's benedict. A single piece of toasted bread topped with two pieces of canadian bacon, two poached eggs and drizzled with hollandaise.

The recipe for hollandaise, you ask? The one I use is super easy and super duper delish. Has raw eggs in it, though, so it's certainly not for the young the old or the immuno-impaired.

Toss three egg yolks, a tablespoon lemon juice, a dash of salt, a dash of cayene and a healthy pinch of dried dill into the blender. Start the blender and then verrrrry slowwwwwly drizzle in a stick of melted butter. It'll whip up into something lovely. Hollandaise is actually just like mayonnaise except with butter instead of oil.
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I think it's a sin!!! LOL I love hollandaise; more specifically, egg's benedict. A single piece of toasted bread topped with two pieces of canadian bacon, two poached eggs and drizzled with hollandaise.

The recipe for hollandaise, you ask? The one I use is super easy and super duper delish. Has raw eggs in it, though, so it's certainly not for the young the old or the immuno-impaired.

Toss three egg yolks, a tablespoon lemon juice, a dash of salt, a dash of cayene and a healthy pinch of dried dill into the blender. Start the blender and then verrrrry slowwwwwly drizzle in a stick of melted butter. It'll whip up into something lovely. Hollandaise is actually just like mayonnaise except with butter instead of oil.
and theres no cooking of the egg yolks eh? verrrrry interesting!
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and theres no cooking of the egg yolks eh? verrrrry interesting!
There are versions that are cooked... But it was originally like mayo; uncooked.
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Here's the one I use.
Hollandaise sauce makes EVERYTHING taste better!

Hollandaise Sauce

Ingredients
4 egg yolks
1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice
1/2 cup unsalted butter, melted (1 stick)
Pinch cayenne
Pinch salt

Directions
Vigorously whisk the egg yolks and lemon juice
together in a stainless steel bowl and until the mixture is thickened and doubled
in volume. Place the bowl over a saucepan containing barely simmering water (or
use a double boiler,) the water should not touch the bottom of the bowl. Continue to whisk rapidly. Be careful not to let the eggs get too hot or they will
scramble. Slowly drizzle in the melted butter and continue to whisk until the
sauce is thickened and doubled in volume. Remove from heat, whisk in cayenne and
salt. Cover and place in a warm spot until ready to use for the eggs benedict. If
the sauce gets too thick, whisk in a few drops of warm water before
serving.
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so, what youre saying is that everything should be made with bacon and hollandaise?? i will get right on that!
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so, what youre saying is that everything should be made with bacon and hollandaise??
yup, thats about the gist of it.
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so, what youre saying is that everything should be made with bacon and hollandaise?? i will get right on that!
Yup, pretty much!!!
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Old 02-26-2008, 10:37 PM   #266
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are these all for induction?
i am new here and i have been eating alot of salads,

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these sound so good :)

are these all for induction?
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Old 02-27-2008, 01:38 AM   #268
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are these all for induction?
Yes, these are all induction friendly.

Check out Linda Sue's site too, al the recipes suitable for induction on her site are tagged with a * next to them.
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sexywine,

Most of the recipes are induction friendly. I believe if they are not they say so.

I don't know how to link to threads (but I will try). There are a few you should check out also.

Any of the Oopsie threads,
My Cauliflower Lasagna
My cauliflower breadsticks
You won't believe it's cauliflower pizza crust!

These threads add a variety to induction that you won't believe.

Here is the address to Linda Sue's Low Carb Menus and Recipes:
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are these all for induction?
Been a while since I read thru this whole thread, but I do recall there were initially some ingredients or quantities of ingredients here that were not strictly Atkins 2002 (DANDR) induction-legal.

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