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"not to easy to rap... i used 3+lbs of meet on six eggs..it says half that for a dozen eggs....
That being said no bread crumbs around so i blended up crackers and worked good... I used "hot" pork for an xtra kick... turned out real good... Thanks for sharing.. IR"
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Heat oven to 450 degrees.Divide sausage into 12 equal portions. Shape into patties.Wrap each patty completely around 1 hard- cooked egg.Press edges to seal.Dip sausage wrapped eggs in beaten egg;roll in bread crumbs until coated.Place in ungreased 15 x 10" jelly roll pan.Bake @ 450 degrees 30 minutes,until meat is browned and cooked.
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hellerbrewing 4 months agoWe have renamed these dinosaur eggs in our family. Our kids love them.
adburns0 6 months agoHi i would totaly make this again but my aunt didnt like them so i would make them next time i go to murtle beach so thanks any way
markbollow 1 year agoDifferent...in a good way. Needs some sort of sauce though. Maybe make again.
BeccaGK 1 year ago
jameshoke 1 year agoWas a big hit at company christmas pot luck. Gave out the recipe to a couple people by the end of the day
britishfairellc 1 year ago
robbgriffin 1 year agoI made these for a football party and they were a big hit. Everyone wanted the recipe. I used half regular and half hot sausage as well as Panko bread crumbs.
pam2012 1 year agoMy husband doesn't care for hard boiled eggs, but he enjoyed these. Its a keeper.
larryvillanueva 1 year agoOmg awesome!!!! I'm trying this one tonight!!!
Reneebrbich 1 year agoI made them last night it only made 8 but the hubby loved them
clarencelogan 1 year agoThese were pretty good. I made them with spicy sausage and it came out good. They are a little dry so next time I will probably serve them with some gravy or salsa too.
tracieblankenshipredisi 1 year ago
Doosuur 1 year agoOh my gosh! I loved this recipe. Also bought scotch eggs in Nigeria but never knew how to make them. You broke it down to very nicely and easily. Wow! Now my friends and family think am a pro!
IronRanger 2 years agonot to easy to rap... i used 3+lbs of meet on six eggs..it says half that for a dozen eggs.... That being said no bread crumbs around so i blended up crackers and worked good... I used 'hot' pork for an xtra kick... turned out real good... Thanks for sharing.. IR
Line276 3 years agoVery easy to do. Amazing with a hollandaise sauce with jerkin pickle juice.
Boz240 3 years agoEasy and fun on a party platter. My family kept saying it tastes just like breakfast. :)