Scotch Eggs {keto}

This was originally published on my other  website, livingandlovinglowcarb, which is wholly dedicated to the low carb  lifestyle.

On our last trip to Disney World, we tried Scotch Eggs for the first time. They were very good and I knew I would have to try to make a keto version when we got home. Last weekend, I had everything I needed. It was way less intimidating than I expected. Everyone absolutely loved them, and have already requested that I make them again! In my personal opinion, they’re better than the original.

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Keto Scotch Eggs:

Boiled eggs

sausage

oil

parmesan cheese

2 eggs, beaten

First, boil your eggs to your personal preference. ( I personally cannot eat them even a tiny bit runny). Beat 2 eggs in a separate bowl. Begin heating the oil. Roll sausage around the boiled eggs. Dip into the beaten eggs. Drop into a Ziploc bag with about 2 cups of Parmesan cheese. Shake gently, making sure the egg and sausage is completely covered. Drop into the hot oil. Turn as it browns. Completely cook. Remove from the oil and drain on paper towels. These can be served hot or cool. My family liked them hot,

I hope you like these as much as my family did!

2 thoughts on “Scotch Eggs {keto}

  1. Growing up, we ate Scotch eggs. It was a “family recipe” passed down through my paternal great-grandmother’s family.

    Several months ago, I went to a “British” pub here in the States and ate my first Scotch egg in three decades. It was like being a kid again.

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    • Sounds like another one of those great “food memories” we’ve talked about before! There is something so special about those flavors from our families and childhoods.

      Thanks for stopping by and taking a moment to comment! I love stopping at your blog every chance I get!

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