Saturday, May 16, 2015

Scotch Egg Filipino Style

 Scotch egg, originated in London in 1738. It's my friend from London who told me about this recipe. After we talked about the Scotch egg, I was so eager to make it, because I can imagine how easy it is. I tried some and it was a success! Here is how to do it. I made mine into Filipino version by adding calamansi juice

3  hard boiled eggs (remove the shell)
300 grams ground beef
2 tablespoons flour
1 beaten egg
1 cup bread crumbs 
2 calamansi
salt and pepper to taste

1.Combine the ground beef, flour, calamansi juice salt and pepper. Mix it well.
2.Divide the meat mixture into three parts . Wrap each egg.
3.Make sure that the coating is even all around the egg.
4.Roll it in beaten egg then on bread crumbs.
5. Deep Fry it until golden brown.
6. Cut it into halves  and serve it with your favorite side dish. 

This is great for family gatherings because it is easy to prepare and so affordable. 
You can replace ground beef with ground pork if you want.

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