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Posted by Ray Basso on September 06, 2012 at 01:37:26:

In Reply to: Re: Grilling Appetizer Ideas?? posted by Ray Basso on September 06, 2012 at 01:31:43:

Re: Appetizers on the pit - recipes wanted (7/31/2002 11:40:09 AM by DutchmanAZ)

Here's how I make Scotch eggs...
Boil however many eggs you want.

After they have been cooled and peeled, take a portion of bulk sausage of your choice (I use good old breakfast sausage) and mold it around the egg (this part is messy and it takes a little patience). Once the egg is completely covered with the sausage (say around 1/4 inch thick), it's ready to cook. Repeat with other eggs.

I prefer to bake them as to fry them; I've done both, but baking is easier and not nearly as greasy. Place the eggs on a broiler pan and bake at 350 - 450 until juices off sausage are clear (generally 20 minutes or so, I've found).

These things are great cold. I take them when I go out fishing, hunting, or just on a drive. Hope you like them.

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