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crazymoon

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My last batch of these was w/bantam eggs but this time they are  regular eggs, tried to go on the small side for the  most part. Steamed for 12 minutes or so as these are fresh eggs and they peel easier  when steamed.

  
Four pounds of Jimmy Dean breakfast sausage, two hot and two mild.

  
Formed a meatball and then flattened,added egg and reshaped the meatball.Added Jeffs' rub and headed for some smoke

  
Smoked for about 3 hours at 225* with hickory, tasty and huge ,one will make a good breakfast !

  
Thanks for looking ! CM
 

disco

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Absolutely beautiful, CM! Points

Disco
 

SmokinAl

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Yummy!

Yummy!

Yummy!

Point!

Al
 

b-one

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Tasty looking eggs! Do you ever wrap them with bacon,or are you into health food or something?:biggrin:
 

mr parx

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A bit late to the party, but I'm inspired.  I was looking to do another ham this weekend (not nearly enough leftovers from T-day!), and these might fit just right on the top rack.  

I'm sure sausage drippings won't ruin a ham, right? 


(I'd give points but I still don't really see how!)

Best,

-parx
 

tropics

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CM They look great I am doing these soon.Maybe quail eggs for an app thanks for the post. Points

Richie
 

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Those look perfect!  I haven't met anyone that didn't like Scotch eggs.

The last ones I did were quail eggs and PICKLED to boot!
 

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Those look perfect!  I haven't met anyone that didn't like Scotch eggs.

The last ones I did were quail eggs and PICKLED to boot!
Charley how did they come out?

Richie
 

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I am guessing the eggs are fully cooked inside prior to wrapping in the sausage?

These look so wonderful!  I want to make some.  Good to have on hand for a quick breakfast.
 

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I am guessing the eggs are fully cooked inside prior to wrapping in the sausage?

These look so wonderful!  I want to make some.  Good to have on hand for a quick breakfast.
Boiled or steamed, and then peeled before wrapping in sausage.
 

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Love some scotch eggs with a good brown mustard...so frickin good & those look spot on [emoji]128523[/emoji]
 

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I am guessing the eggs are fully cooked inside prior to wrapping in the sausage?

These look so wonderful!  I want to make some.  Good to have on hand for a quick breakfast.
Boiled/steamed to just shy of being true "hard boiled". You want it mostly done and with the whites done enough to hold up to peeling. The yolk with take final set while the sausage is smoked.  If you overheat the yolk, it will give that greenish color and sulfur smell.  Notice how in Crazy Moon's photo with the egg cut in half it is just shy of hard set after smoking the sausage coating.  That is perfect on the finished product (so you want it a little less done than that when wrapping with the sausage).

 
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Oh I want these now!  Yes, I was thinking a 6 minute boil, so I could gently peel them and the yolk still runny, then smoke.  I want to use some spicy sausage mixed with regular and someone mentioned brown mustard.... yum!  I think I will make these for xmas morning.
 

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Oh I want these now!  Yes, I was thinking a 6 minute boil, so I could gently peel them and the yolk still runny, then smoke.  I want to use some spicy sausage mixed with regular and someone mentioned brown mustard.... yum!  I think I will make these for xmas morning.
 

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I Know---I know---I'm Late---But I'm Old!!! 


Looks Great, CM !!
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Nice Job, Buddy!!


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Hey CM. I missed this one til I just read Richie s new post.

These look great. I love Scottish eggs but havent tried them in the MES...yet.

Theyre now on the Christmas morning menu.

POINTS

Thanks for the idea.

Gary
 

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