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Old 01-17-2010, 01:08 AM   #1
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Default Smoked & Deviled Scotch Eggs with Bacon

This is an adaptation of a traditional Scotch egg recipe, well actually its waaay out in left field from the original.

this recipe is for making 6 eggs, for 12 servings.
The sausage mix:
*6 peeled hard boiled eggs, buy them a week in advance. real fresh eggs peel poorly. I use the float method to see if they are good for hardboiling, in a pot of water set the egg on the bottom, if the egg stands up on end it is a good hardboiler, if it lays flat its too fresh, if it floats to the top its good to go in the trash.
*2 lbs of fresh bulk sweet Italian sausage, cut it out of casings if links are all thats available at the store
*1 raw egg to go into the sausage mix
*breadcrumbs (enough to tighten up the sausage-egg mix)
*6 slices of bacon cooked crisp in the oven and minced up, can be mixed into sausage mix (might be a good idea for my next batch)

The deviled egg ingredients:
*****based on list for 18 whole eggs, needs to be adjusted down!******
*1/2 cup real mayo
*2 Tbsp dijon mustard
*1Tbsp minced green onion or shallot
*1Tbsp lemon juice
*1/2tsp sriracha sauce
*1/2 tsp worcestershire sauce
*1/4 tsp salt
*addl sriracha sauce for garnish

mix the raw egg into the sausage mix, add breadcrumbs until the mix tightens up and is no longer runny. seperate into 6 even balls.

take one sausage ball and flatten into an oval, add some bacon crumbles to the top if they were not incorporated into the sausage mix



wrap the sausage around an egg and try to maintain an even thickness to promote even cooking. repeat for all the eggs.



get the smoker to 225-250 and start smoking the eggs, I hit them with mesquite wood for the first hour or so, then use natural hardwood charcoal for the balance of the cooking



I use a cooling rack to smoke them on, I use it while making them and transfer to the smoker.



mine took approx 3 hours for the sausage to get to 160 internal temp to properly cook the sausage.



once cooled a bit I cut them in half, scooped out the yolks and deviled them, mix all the ingredients with the egg yolks until smoothe and pipe into eggs, top with a drop of sriracha sauce and enjoy!



So, what do you guys think of this as my first posted recipe?
Sadly I usually eat the leftovers with my morning coffee!


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Old 01-17-2010, 01:59 AM   #2
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I am gonna try that.


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Old 01-17-2010, 02:05 AM   #3
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That is freaking awesome! Looks like a great way to up the ante from Grandma's deviled eggs at the next family get together.
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I absolutely LOVE deviled eggs and scotch eggs. Lord help me.
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try that deviled egg recipe above, some of the best I have ever had!
when I made this batch of deviled scotch eggs I eyeballed it to bring the recipe down for just 6 yolks but I figured I would post up the whole deviled egg recipe so folks know where to begin
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Looks great! I've done scotch eggs with hot Italian sausage. Baked them in the oven. Didn't devil them though.
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Looks and sounds pretty good. I'm almost finished with my brew trailer so I will soon have time to start cooking again. I will try this one. The sriracha sauce is my favorite pepper sauce, goes well with many foods. Ok, now I'm hungry.
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Those look soooooo tasty! I'l have to be content with the oven version though, as I have no smoker. Thanks for sharing the recipe & the pics. Regards, GF.
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Sooooopa tasty. Should have taken em off the smoker a littler earlier, but still outstanding. "That is different, but tasty" says the wife.


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