Scotch Eggs and

(Parker the crazy crone lady) #21

Welcome to the forum!
I never get a green ring myself, as I aim for medium cooked boiled eggs and am more likely to end up with soft boiled than the other extreme. With the scotch eggs, I don’t want to get the ring from boiling then baking.
I’m sure the link you provided will help someone else tho. :blush:

(Dirty Lazy Keto'er, Sucralose freak ;)) #22

Good job :slightly_smiling_face: :+1:

I concur… I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed my food so much, or ate so much good food, as I have in the last 4 months… And lost 40 lbs in the first 10 weeks of that too :slightly_smiling_face:

(Michael) #23

Those scotch eggs look amazing. I’ve never had one but some day I’m going to try.

(Bob M) #24

How are people making these? Most of the recipes call for frying (which I can do but is time-consuming to set up and clean) and also wheat:

This one you bake, but they use bread crumbs:

Is it as simple as using pork rinds instead of bread crumbs?

(Bob M) #25

These would make a great lunch.

(Edith) #26

I bet an air fryer would do great cooking these.

(Bob M) #27

That’s the one thing I don’t have, an air fryer. (I think I saw a fight on here about an air fryer simply being a small oven, with a fan.) But you’re right.

I’m going to try to cook these over the weekend.