April 30, 2012

Dear FluffyCuteThing

I saw your post late last night and naturally I was saddened by it. I pride myself in my work and I would never recommend a recipe I haven't tried in my own Kitchen.
*If you are wondering what the post is about, please Visit Fluffy's page HERE"
           In order to set things right and hopefully make it up to you, I decided to try the Scotch Egg recipe again (You see how much love I have for you? cooking wasn't even part of my plans for the day).
Here is my Photo journey through the recipe, I hope you are inspired to try it again.
Love always, 9jaFOODIE. 
 I Picked up some sausage meat from my local safeway
 Since I was making half the recipe, I only used approximately 2 Sausages
 Procedure followed as outlined in step Number 5 and 6 HERE
Here is the end result.
Note: The Egg has to be fully covered with meat, otherwise the heat will cause the shelling to crack and exposed the eggs.
You might also want to try reducing the heat to 325F and cook for 10mins longer. if your oven settings are higher than normal, the meat will not cook properly.
HAPPY Weekend Fluffy :)

11 comments:

*Michael Onobote* said...

Awww, 9jafoodie, I love the effort you put into explaining the scotch egg recipe all over again.

Fluffycutething please try this and I hope it sure comes out great. Weldone!

9jaFOODie said...

@ Michael.... Thanks a million :)

'Lara said...

Very nice of you to put in so much effort into explaining the recipe.

I hope FluffyCuteThing is happy now and can get the recipe done the right way.

9jaFOODie said...

Thanks Lara.

Lily Johnson said...

Love this. Must try this as soon as i get my mouth to stop watering at the pics. Great job hun..

Toinlicious said...

Lol@Lily. I'm not a huge fan of eggs else I'd have been tortured by this post :)

Myne Whitman said...

good job, I still hope to try this. :)

9jaFOODie said...

@ Lily ... lol. Thanks dear
@Toin: Lucky you. lol
@Ms Myne: Thanks :)

Fluffycutething said...

Hello my dear 9ja foodie **hugs**

thanks so much for this i certainly appreciate all this effort!!!

Now i feel bad i was just faffing around and didnt mean to indict you in anyway!!!!


However i will try this again and let you know how it goes!!!

So now that we have *made up* wont you send me some jollof rice and chicken? ;) (as an extra peace offering)

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Cooking is such an art which not only make you happy or earns you appreciation but also can counter your appetite in a very delicious manner. This is such an wonderful instinct that can make you creative day by day.

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9jaFOODie said...

@ Fluffy... you still want rice? chaiii.. oya i will send you some :)