Potato string scotch eggs

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A Syn Free scotch egg

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Yields4 Servings
Prep Time40 minsCook Time40 minsTotal Time1 hr 20 mins

 4 eggs , boiled for 5 mins , then chilled in cold water and peeled
 500g 5% or less fat pork mince
 Salt
 Pepper
 Dash Worcestershire sauce
 2 -3 tspns fried sage
 3 small potatoes - peeled and spiralised on the smallest setting . Run under cold water until the water run clears
 Frylight or spray oil

1

Put the mince , salt , pepper , sage and Worcestershire sauce crispy into a processor and blend until combined like sausage meat

2

OR

3

Put all the ingredients into a bowl and mix really,really well , throwing the mix into the bowl

4

Divide the mix into 4 equal portions

5

Roll each portion out between 2 sheets of greaseproof paper . Try to get an even thickness

6

Wrap the patties around the eggs and seal . This is often easier with wet hands .

7

Put into the fridge for about 30 minutes to chill.

8

Drain the potato strings .

9

Sit them onto a clean tea towel and dry as much as you can .

10

Wrap the potato strings around the meat encrusted egg , changing direction a couple of times to ensure an even coverage .

11

Spray the eggs with frylight all over .

12

Sit on a baking tray and cook in a preheated 180c oven for 30-40 minutes

13

Or

14

Cook in an air fryer at 180c for same length of time .

15

Serve hot or cold

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Ingredients

 4 eggs , boiled for 5 mins , then chilled in cold water and peeled
 500g 5% or less fat pork mince
 Salt
 Pepper
 Dash Worcestershire sauce
 2 -3 tspns fried sage
 3 small potatoes - peeled and spiralised on the smallest setting . Run under cold water until the water run clears
 Frylight or spray oil

Directions

1

Put the mince , salt , pepper , sage and Worcestershire sauce crispy into a processor and blend until combined like sausage meat

2

OR

3

Put all the ingredients into a bowl and mix really,really well , throwing the mix into the bowl

4

Divide the mix into 4 equal portions

5

Roll each portion out between 2 sheets of greaseproof paper . Try to get an even thickness

6

Wrap the patties around the eggs and seal . This is often easier with wet hands .

7

Put into the fridge for about 30 minutes to chill.

8

Drain the potato strings .

9

Sit them onto a clean tea towel and dry as much as you can .

10

Wrap the potato strings around the meat encrusted egg , changing direction a couple of times to ensure an even coverage .

11

Spray the eggs with frylight all over .

12

Sit on a baking tray and cook in a preheated 180c oven for 30-40 minutes

13

Or

14

Cook in an air fryer at 180c for same length of time .

15

Serve hot or cold

Potato string scotch eggs

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