Scotch Eggs

This Scotch Eggs recipe is ideal for those summer days out, or for a tasty lunch with a crisp salad.They’re slimming friendly and low in Calories and Points!

Summer is here, so it can only mean one thing. Picnics!

Scotch Eggs

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What do I need to make these Scotch Eggs?

You really don’t need anything fancy to make these Scotch Eggs! 

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How many calories are in these Scotch Eggs?

At 277 calories per portion, these Scotch Eggs make a great, slimming friendly, low calorie lunch, when served with a big crispy salad!

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How Weight Watchers friendly is this Scotch Eggs recipes?

These Scotch Eggs feel like such a treat, and yet at just 7 Smart Points each, you can enjoy them more than you’d have thought!

If you’d prefer a Vegetarian Scotch Egg, we’ve got that covered too!

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Some of you love this Scotch Egg recipe!

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How do I make these Scotch Eggs?

Step 1

Using a large spoon, lower the eggs into a pan of boiling water. Bring the water back up to the boil then lower the heat so the water is simmering

Step 2

After 10 minutes remove from the heat, drain off the water and run the eggs under the cold tap until they are cool.

Step 3

Take each sausage and squeeze the sausage meat out of the skin

Step 4

Mix the sausage meat so it forms into a large ball

Step 5

Split this into 2 equal halves

Step 6

Peel the eggs, then take one half of the sausage meat and mould it around the boiled egg.

Step 7

Dip each egg into the beaten egg, then quickly roll it in the Smash. You only need a thin coating of Smash

Step 8

Place each coated egg onto a baking tray and spray with Low Calorie Cooking Spray

Step 9

Cook at 190°C for 20-25 minutes, turning once halfway through

Step 10

Remove from the oven then serve either slightly warm or chilled

 

 

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277kcal 5

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INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Using a large spoon, lower the eggs into a pan of boiling water. Bring the water back up to the boil then lower the heat so the water is simmering
  2. After 10 minutes remove from the heat, drain off the water and run the eggs under the cold tap until they are cool.
  3. Take each sausage and squeeze the sausage meat out of the skin
  4. Mix the sausage meat so it forms into a large ball
  5. Split this into 2 equal halves
  6. Peel the eggs, then take one half of the sausage meat and mould it around the boiled egg.
  7. Dip each egg into the beaten egg, then quickly roll it in the Smash. You only need a thin coating of Smash
  8. Place each coated egg onto a baking tray and spray with Low Calorie Cooking Spray
  9. Cook at 190°C for 20-25 minutes, turning once halfway through
  10. Remove from the oven then serve either slightly warm or chilled

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9 Comments
  1. I have tried and tried with these Scotch eggs but every time I make them they split badly. They still taste just as good but I’m obviously going wrong somewhere? Can anyone help?

  2. Hi I stupidly thought these would be made with beef 5% fat mince before I looked st the recipe! I suppose you could use mince though and as above add some herbs to flavour?

  3. My friend is confused do you use smash powder to coat the scotch eggs or do you make the smash up as potatoe and cote the scotch eggs please help 🙏🙏

    1. Hi Pauline,

      You use the dry smash to coat the eggs – it gives them a crispy coating when cooked 😊

      Hope that helps!

    1. Hi Jo,

      Yes! You’d have to check the nutritional information on it as it is different to the coating we use in the recipe 😊

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