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    Scotch Eggs~

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    I had forgotten all about these! Mark's Daily Apple

    Tasted them for the first time at the Renaissance Festival~ had to learn to make them ~ but I baked them instead of deep fry~ easier, less mess, just as good! Going to start making them again

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    That's happening tomorrow. I'm thawing out the pound of sausage I bought last week for a different recipe that I changed my ming on. Just bought 2 dozen eggs today from the farmer's market. This will make breakfast for the next few days.

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    I was SO excited to see this! I follow the Nom Nom Paleo blog (amazing- highly recommend) and she just posted some pics of scotch eggs, as well. I cannot WAIT to try these!!!

    Nady- do you mean you baked them and skipped the oil in the pan part that Mark describes? I wonder if I should just do that? How long did you bake for? Cooked or uncooked sausage?

    So confused!

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    I baked them at 375 for 20-30 min. until lightly browned~ uncooked sausage~ just wrapped the sausage around the egg and put it on a cookie sheet~ I've made them several times this way and they always turn out great!

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    Ooh, those look good!
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    I made them w/ ground beef and seasoned it the way I normally would. Baked them in the oven. I called them dinosaur eggs, my son called them dragon eggs. Whatever, they all ate them gone (4 yr old, 15 yr old and hubby)! That's win in my book!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nady View Post
    I baked them at 375 for 20-30 min. until lightly browned~ uncooked sausage~ just wrapped the sausage around the egg and put it on a cookie sheet~ I've made them several times this way and they always turn out great!
    Awesome!!

    I can't wait to try this!

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    I make mine with 2 lbs beef, 1 pound sausage and then wrapped them in bacon My family loves them!

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