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Scottish Happiness Egg w Tomato Salsa

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These scottish eggs are prefect for picnic and lunch boxes. I actually enjoy them as a stand alone tapas dish with a nice aged red wine.

I got these lovely premium chorizo & beef sausages and use it instead of ordinary sausage mince.

Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
Makes: 6 servings


7 eggs
6 smoky chorizo sausages
1 small french onion
1 ripe truss tomato
50g bread crumbs
50g flour
150ml canola oil
30g fresh rocket
Salt and pepper to season

Put all 6 eggs into a pan of salted cold water and bring it to boil.
Boil for 3 minutes.
Remove from heat and cool the eggs in icy water.

Gently crack the shells and peel the eggs carefully under running cold water.

Lightly slit the sausages, remove the flim and squeeze out the sausage meat.
Line the work station with glad wrap.
Flatten the sausage mince on the glad wrap.
Place a boiled egg on top of the mince.

Pick up the edges of the glad wrap and wrap the meat evenly around the egg.
Mould it into a lovely oral shape with your hands.

Remove the glad wrap.
A handy way to avoid getting your hands sticky with mince. :D

Arrange the 'skinny-dip' work station as shown.
Have 3 plates align next to each other - first is flour; second is a beaten egg infused with herbs and third is the breadcrumbs.

Roll the minced-wrapped egg in flour.
Dust off any excess.

Then dip it into the beaten egg.
Roll it in the breadcrumbs for a good coating.
Dust off any excess.

Heat the oil in the deep fryer.
Carefully load the eggs into the fryer and cook for 3 minutes.
Turn occasionally until it achieve a beautiful golden crispy coating.
Remove and blot the excess oil on paper towel.

Cool the eggs slightly before cutting into half.

Will you look at that! It doesn't look too bad huh?

To make easy peasy tomato salsa:
Finely chop tomato, spanish onion and some dill.
Lightly drizzle some balsamic vinegar.

Plate 2 half eggs on a tapas plate.
Top with 1/2 spoonful of tomato salsa
Season with salt and pepper.
Garnish with a wedge of lime and some fresh rocket.

Serve with a nice glass of wine.

Do a tasting combo with smoked-salmon potato fritter for a taste sensation.
Please see my previous recipe entry for the smoked-salmon potato fritter.

Phew ~ it is a longish recipe.
It tooks me a while to get it organised.

The perfect savory snack for Easter in between chocolates.

Hope you enjoy reading it! Cheers~

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