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Old 04-05-2016, 09:51 AM   #1
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Ever tried deep fried eggs?

Sounds a little bit disgusting, but if you haven't tried it... whoa...

Boil the eggs to medium, soft boiled... about 6 minutes in boiling water. Cool them (cold water for a few seconds) just enough so you can peel them. Try your best not to break them apart... keep the yolk soft and well contained.

Roll them in flour, then egg wash, then Panko bread crumbs mixed with a bit of dry oregano, dry basil, salt and pepper.

Deep fry them in HOT oil for a minute or so... just until they're golden brown.

Bust 'em open... wipe your face on sleeve after.

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Old 04-05-2016, 10:42 AM   #2
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Sounds a little bit disgusting, but if you haven't tried it... whoa...

Boil the eggs to medium, soft boiled... about 6 minutes in boiling water. Cool them (cold water for a few seconds) just enough so you can peel them. Try your best not to break them apart... keep the yolk soft and well contained.

Roll them in flour, then egg wash, then Panko bread crumbs mixed with a bit of dry oregano, dry basil, salt and pepper.

Deep fry them in HOT oil for a minute or so... just until they're golden brown.

Bust 'em open... wipe your face on sleeve after.

RD
This sounds a bit like Scotch Eggs without the sausagemeat.
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Old 04-05-2016, 11:47 AM   #3
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This sounds a bit like Scotch Eggs without the sausagemeat.

That's what I was thinking too.

Sounds good, RD!
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Old 04-05-2016, 12:12 PM   #4
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RD, this has been on my "must try" list for a long time but I haven't gotten round tuit. The pictures make me drool.

Panko-Crusted Fried Soft-BoiledÂ*Eggs - Circle B Kitchen - Circle B Kitchen
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Sounds and looks wonderful, RD and Kay! Those pics look mouthwatering good - especially with that perfectly cooked egg yolk. YUM
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RD, this has been on my "must try" list for a long time but I haven't gotten round tuit. The pictures make me drool.

Panko-Crusted Fried Soft-BoiledÂ*Eggs - Circle B Kitchen - Circle B Kitchen
Whoa... those pictures look perfect!!!! I think I need to practice...
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Old 04-05-2016, 02:57 PM   #7
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This sounds a bit like Scotch Eggs without the sausage meat.
I've never heard of Scotch Eggs, but with sausage meat in there, how could that possibly not be awesome?

I'm going to research that one.

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Old 04-05-2016, 03:58 PM   #8
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I love Scotch eggs! But you have to have mustard sauce to dip them in, too.

I've also made a variation with Mexican chorizo that's muy fantástico.
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We is Amuricuns. we will deep fry anything from ice cream to cookies to candy bars to snack cakes, and eat them our own selfs or sell them at every county fair in the country. Anything that's already fried, we'll cover it in chocolate!
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I've never heard of Scotch Eggs, but with sausage meat in there, how could that possibly not be awesome?

I'm going to research that one.

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Proper Scotch Eggs | Eggs Recipes | Jamie Oliver Recipes

Delicious when made well, not so much when bought in cellophane packets from the cheap end of the deli shelves in certain supermarkets. Nice for picnics
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