Deconstructed scotch eggs 🍳πŸ₯©

We’ve made carnivore scotch eggs before but this is an easier version for everyday!

They are made in a flash, and in reality aren’t as glamorous as portrayed on the internet. Mine routinely fall apart but they are yummy none the less.

Also called β€œeggs in a hole” this is a fun twist on ground meat with eggs and can be eaten as is or upgraded, like with raw cheese, or additional bacon πŸ₯“

You can use any ground meat you love- our favorite is Apsey Farms ground beef (use code HELEN10) , they also have ground chicken and pork which is corn and soy free πŸ—πŸ’ͺ🏻

To make you need:

For each piece:

4-5 ounces of meat πŸ₯©

1 egg 🍳

Optionally: your favorite pork or beef bacon, raw cheese (I love raw sheeps feta or pecorino) πŸ§€

Animal fat for frying 🍳 – I love tallow or butter 🧈

How to:

Begin by heating up your favorite fat in a pan, I’m currently loving wagyu tallow 🀩

Prepare your meat, form little Patties and use your hands to make a hole in the middle; about 1.5 Inches in diameter so that the egg fits. Optionally you can even crumble some cheese into the meat dough.

Sear the meat, after about 1-2 minutes, crack an egg into the little hole and season with salt, continue to cook for 2-3 minutes. Then flip and cook another 2-3 minutes until egg sets!

I like to top this with some bacon and cheese!

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