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murielw1
Apr 6, 2011 10:32 AM CST
They look good Brenda, the sausagemeat is up to the person really, but usually one would use just enough sausagemeat to cover the egg, made hundreds in my time, (Bakery) / Butchers company, including pies savoury and sweet cakes etc.
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Apr 6, 2011 10:41 AM CST
Name: Joy Belyea
Fredericton NB Canada
I had Scotch Eggs in a little bistro in Barbados many years ago.Loved them!!I've never made them because when I was first married I made up my mind that there would be no greasy deep frying in my brand new house.JOY
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Apr 6, 2011 11:13 AM CST
Name: Neil
London\Kent Border
Dear Joy, it is not greasy if you are careful!
Regards.
Neil.
murielw1
Apr 6, 2011 12:38 PM CST
We cook with crisp and dry oil, so with the help of kitchen towel when taking out anything that has been fryed rest for a few minutes on paper towel, not greasy food then.
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Apr 6, 2011 3:51 PM CST
Name: Jamie R
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Brenda, those look great!....really though next time you've gotta' add a couple of sweet red pepper slices curvin' to smile at the bottom of the plate!
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Apr 6, 2011 5:21 PM CST
Name: Neil
London\Kent Border
Dear Brenda, there is nothing wrong with them at all! Practice makes perfect and anyway it does not really matter if there is a bit too much meat in them.
As long as they are tasty and not overcooked who cares, I don't.
There are are a few saying in England when you are hungry, but I will not put them on here!
That is an olde Recipe, yet it works. Keep it simple and old is the best way.
I bet Tony was in Heaven!
Regards.
Neil.
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Apr 6, 2011 6:48 PM CST
Name: Brenda
Dolores, Colorado
Yes, Neil, he has been enjoying them! Thank you again! Now, have you put on a 'Pork Pies' recipe??? Smiling
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Apr 6, 2011 7:56 PM CST
Name: Neil
London\Kent Border
That has been on there a long time, use the Database to find it!
Hugs.
Neil.
Imagebsavage
Apr 6, 2011 9:46 PM CST
Name: Brenda
Dolores, Colorado
I should have known! Hurray!
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Apr 6, 2011 11:20 PM CST
Name: Neil
London\Kent Border
Dear Brenda a TIP fro you! If you use the same recipe for the sausage meat you made your Scotch Eggs with, it makes the best sausage rolls there is. Simply use your recipe for shortcrust pastry or mine, roll it out quite thin and then fill with a layer with sausage meat! Mix an egg wash up, then simply roll the pastry over, brushing the inside bottom edge, so they are like a pastry tube full of sausage meat. Then simply cut them to the size you want, egg wash over the top and put them in the oven for 20-25 minutes till golden brown.
Delicious cold snack and better than anything you can buy!
I am forever making them for my father who adores them.
Regards.
Neil.
P.s for pork pies see here http://cubits.org/Neil/thread/view/11862/
Imagebsavage
Apr 7, 2011 4:49 AM CST
Name: Brenda
Dolores, Colorado
Thanks again, Neil!
sanandreyas70
Jun 5, 2011 1:39 AM CST
Name: Sandra Holloway
Texas
I am going to try these soon...they look delicious!!
Sandra :)
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Jun 5, 2011 2:18 AM CST
Name: Neil
London\Kent Border
Dear Sandra, they are delicious! Couple of Cornish pasties and some bits and pieces and you are on your way to a picnic!
Regards.
Neil.
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Jul 14, 2011 11:35 AM CST
Name: Susan MacKenzie
Torrington, Alberta, Canada
World Famous Gopher Hole Museum
Neil - I downloaded your Scotch Ham and Egg Pie, and thought that was the way you made Scotch Eggs. I make mine individually, but now realize they are two different recipes. I never thought of the whole pie as an option. Thank you for the new idea!
Also, the individuals are Very Filling, and maybe it would be less so if I did a pie, and sliced it. Thank you for the ideas. I now have to check out your other recipes and see if any are familiar Smiling
btw - I bought a meat grinder the other day, and am looking forward to making my own sausage meat. I certainly have recipes for that.
I'm pleased to be able to find recipes from the English side of my heritage.

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ImageNEILMUIR1
Jul 14, 2011 8:34 PM CST
Name: Neil
London\Kent Border
There are Scottish and Irish, plus Nepalese on here as well Susan!
Regards.
Neil.
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Aug 4, 2011 4:30 PM CST
Name: Vicky
Michigan
My husband loves these...we've had them at English style restaurants.
Can't wait to try and make some. Smiling
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Aug 5, 2011 1:54 AM CST
Name: Neil
London\Kent Border
Dear Vicki, they are indeed easy to make! However they are easy to eat, and that is the trouble. Rolling on the floor laughing For you will end up making lots of them, I know.
As I have a working recipe Database on here and many Articles, there is also Gala Pie which is fantastic.
Regards.
Neil.
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Aug 5, 2011 8:59 AM CST
Name: Brenda
Dolores, Colorado
Hi Neil, it's Tony's 65th birthday this weekend! One of the things that I have coming for him are some British staples that he loves... I had to buy them on the internet because where we live now, well, there is no where to get any of these things. So, he has his beloved Branston pickle, HP sauce, Heinz beans, salad cream, pickled onions, clotted cream, and some other things coming. He's going to be so happy!!
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Aug 6, 2011 1:04 AM CST
Name: Neil
London\Kent Border
Dear Brenda, if you have got clotted cream you had better get some strawberry jam and make him some scones then! Rolling on the floor laughing
Could you please give him Birthday wishes from me!
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Neil.
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Aug 6, 2011 8:57 AM CST
Name: Brenda
Dolores, Colorado
I will, Neil, and thank you. Scones are a great idea! The British foods won't be here until Wednesday or so, so that will be a good treat later in the week. Tony is getting a Rum Cake for his birthday.

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