Disney/Pixar Brave: Scottish Egg Recipe

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In anticipation of Disney/Pixar’s Brave opening in theaters on June 22, I decided to try my hand at one of the foods featured in the movie, Scottish Eggs.  The first time I had ever heard of Scottish Eggs was a few months ago when my husband’s co-worker brought them to work.  They were all the rage and gobbled up in minutes.  When Disney was gracious enough to share their Scottish Egg recipe with me, I knew I had to make them!  These are a perfect breakfast meal or afternoon snack.  Full of protein and so delicious!

Make sure to set up your breading station.  I know sometimes I skip steps but with a recipe like this, it makes it so much easier and lessens the mess.  I chose to add some fresh parsley to my panko because it’s a nice mild herb.   I also added some garlic powder to my flour mixtures for a little extra flavor.

When you roll the sausage into balls and flatten it with your hand, I suggest placing it on a surface that will be easy to remove it from.  I put mine on a plastic cutting board and the sausage was a bit difficult to pull off.

 

Encasing the sausage around the egg is pretty easy to do.  Just watch those eggs, they can be slippery little things!  Then you’re going to let them take a bath in your flour, egg and panko bowls.

And once you’re done cooking them, let them drain on paper towels.  A few pointers when making these.  If serving them as appetizers, I would probably use medium-size eggs.  Traditionally quail eggs were used but I’m going to assume that quail eggs aren’t readily available where you are (they definitely aren’t where I am).  If your eggs aren’t perfectly peeled, don’t worry!  You’re wrapping sausage around them, no one will know.  Also, make sure your oil is not too hot.  It’s very important to use the right temperature.  If you don’t, your panko will brown up too quickly and burn, while your sausage is still raw.  Not good.  Or safe.  And I’m sure that Queen Elinor never served improperly cooked Scottish Eggs.  A woman of royalty would never do that!

If you want to eat like like the royals in Disney/Pixar’s Brave, then cook up some Scottish Eggs and serve with some dijon mustard.  But don’t be surprised if you find this little treat showing up on your menu again.  They are that addictive!  And make sure to check out Brave in theaters June 22nd!

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Comments

  1. Wow!! What a cool idea!!! I want to try out this recipe. Thanks for sharing!!!

  2. I’m impressed!! You actually made them. I think I wanna come over for dinner!

  3. I have sooooo wanted to make these!! VERY CUTE AND YUMMY LOOKING!

  4. Very cool, I’d love to try these.

  5. Carmen Van Deursen says:

    Looks delicious. My son would love these and the Brave movie.

  6. So super cute and how much fun! I can’t wait to try this out with the boys!

  7. Those look delicious. I think I have everything I need to make them. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Wow these look really good! 🙂
    Thank you for the recipe and pictures! those always help !!

  9. D Schmidt says:

    Well done, I am British and ashamed to say I have never made Scotch eggs.

  10. Michelle W. says:

    This looks delish. I am totally snagging this recipe.
    Thanks!
    Michelle W.

  11. Sarah M Rainwater says:

    This looks delicious!

  12. gibberish (Julie G.) says:

    Great pictures. I think I could actually make these eggs, must give it a try on the week-end.

  13. These look delicious–I think I’ll give them a try this weekend! -Bee C.

  14. There is only one restaurant in my area (that I know of) that serves these – they are my boyfriend’s favorite! I may just have to make them. Thanks for the recipe!

  15. Seyma Shabbir says:

    Wow these look amazing. I can think to do this with ground beef or chicken also! Can’t wait to try this!

  16. Bridget Merker says:

    This looks yummy – I will have to try it!

  17. Alicia Zirjacks says:

    Cant wait to try this! Thank you for sharing!

  18. christine jessamine says:

    this looks like a fantastic dish to serve to my husbands scottish side of the family, thanks for the review!

  19. I have seen these on several menus but haven’t tried them yet. I am looking forward to attempting these at home. The recipe seems surprisingly easy. Thank you for sharing!

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