Scotch Eggs

Scotch Eggs

This is a perfect alternative to classic meatballs. Scotch eggs are faster and easier to prepare and look much better on a plate with appetizers.


Grinded meat
600 g
White onion
2 pieces
Garlic cloves
2 pieces
Fresh herbs(onion,basil,dill, parsley)
1 piece
Boiled eggs
6 pieces
1 tsp
0.25 pieces
2 pieces
1 tbsp
Bread crumbs
200 g
Sunflower oil
50 ml

Step by step

Step 1

Ground the meat, if you haven't already bought minced meat.

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Step 2

Peel an onion, cut into small pieces and cook for one minute in oil.

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Step 3

Add the crushed garlic and half the amount of chopped greens. Cook for 4-5 minutes.

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Step 4

Drain the oil from the cooked vegetables. Add them to the minced meat, together with the rest of the greens, salt and pepper.

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Step 5

Mix well everything together.

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Step 6

Divide the mixture into 6 parts.

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Step 7

Flatten out each part with your palms. Place a boiled egg in the middle.

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Step 8

Carefully shape into a ball, with the egg in the middle. This way you shape the six balls.

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Step 9

Combine the two eggs with mustard. Beat.

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Step 10

Coat each ball with breadcrumbs.

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Step 11

Dip the balls in the egg and mustard mixture.

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Step 12

Then coat with breadcrumbs again. Fry the balls in oil on all sides until well browned.

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Step 13

After that, bake in the preheated oven for another 15 minutes.

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Step 14

Place in the fridge and allow them to cool properly. Then serve the scotch eggs with any vegetable garnish or as an appetizer at a festive meal. I sliced them and they looked like meat roll with eggs.


Scotch Eggs - Step 14
Quantity: 2 kg (6 pieces)
Prep time: 50 min
Difficulty: intermediate
Ready in: 30 min
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