How to Bake (not fry) breaded Scotch eggs with breaded filling and a mustard sauce
There's a lot you can do with eggs, but usually cooks use them as ingredients for bigger and better recipes. But in this recipe, the egg takes all the glory! It's called Scotch eggs, and they traditionally consist of a hard-boiled egg, wrapped in sausage and coated with breadcrumbs. Then they're deep-fried and usually served cold.
This version substitutes the oil for the oven, and the cold for the warm. So, if this sounds enticing to you, watch and learn the steps to baking (not frying) Scotch eggs, complete with sausage and bread crust, served with a dollop of mustard. You'll even get a brief history lesson for Scotch eggs!