Scotch egg in Toronto
- Charles Yu Nov 16, 2006 03:56 AM
Looking for genuine Scotch egg to take home and savour at ones leisure. Anyone?! I recall the old Marks and Spenser used to carry some frozen ones but now??!! Many Thanks
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A typical packet of supermarket scotch eggs
Inside a scotch eggA Scotch egg is a snack food of Scottish origin consisting of a cold, hard-boiled egg removed from its shell, wrapped in a sausage meat mixture, coated in breadcrumbs, and deep-fried. It is eaten cold, typically with salad and pickles.
Scotch eggs were traditionally a Scottish breakfast or picnic food, designed to be eaten fresh. However, in the UK at least, they have acquired an unfashionable, downmarket reputation due to the preponderance of pre-packed, plastic-wrapped Scotch eggs sold at convenience stores and service stations. These are generally made with very cheap meat and eggs
The Brick Bakery in the Distillery used to make it, but come to think of it....I don't remember seeing it when I went last week. You might try calling them to ask.