Chicken Scotch Egg
This delicious Zenag Chicken Scotch Eggs recipe is an easy recipe that can be enjoyed as part of a breakfast, dessert or lunch, paired with your favorite side salad.
While some restaurant will charge high prices for this appetizer, its actually not hard to make at home and don’t require a lot of ingredients. Read on to learn how to make Zenag Chicken Scotch Eggs in your own kitchen!
- 8 Zenag Eggs
- 300gm Zenag Chicken minced
- 1/2 teaspoon chopped coriander leaves
- 1/2 teaspoon ground rosemary
- 4 tablespoon milk
- 1 tablespoon mustard
- 100gm breadcrumbs
- black pepper as required
- Boil 8 Zenag Eggs and place them in ice-cold water
To prepare this non-vegetarian recipe, boil the eggs first. Put a large pan on high flame and add water to it, bring it to a boil. After a boil, add six eggs to the pan and boil them for about 5 minutes. Once done, place them in ice-cold water, doing this will retain a runny yolk. Keep them in the cold water for at least 10 minutes.
- Prepare the Chicken coating for Eggs
Now, prepare the mixture for coating the eggs. Take a large bowl and mix together the minced chicken, coriander leaves, parsley, rosemary, mace powder and English mustard. Season this with salt and pepper as per your taste. Knead it like a dough, until everything has been mixed well. Divide this mixture into 6 equal parts and keep aside.
- Peel the Eggs
By now, the eggs will be easy to handle, peel them and keep them aside. Next, crack the remaining two raw eggs in a bowl with the milk and season with a little salt, beat them together until everything is mixed well. In another bowl, place the flour along with a little salt and pepper powder.
- Cover the peeled Eggs with the Chicken mixture
Take a portion of the minced chicken mixture and spread it with your fingers until it is large enough to encase a single egg. Make sure to spread the flour on your working
- Cover the chicken coated Eggs with flour and breadcrumbs
To assemble the eggs one by one, roll one egg on the flour bowl and place it at the centre of the flattened minced chicken mixture. Gently encase the egg so that it is covered completely with the minced chicken. Then dip this covered egg in the flour, and then the egg-milk mixture, and finally with the breadcrumbs. Repeat this procedure once again to ensure that the boiled egg inside won’t burst out open. Do this with the remaining eggs.
- Fry the Scotch Eggs and enjoy!
Finally, heat the oil in a frying pan over a high flame. When the oil is hot enough, add the eggs one by one. Fry these eggs till golden brown in colour. Garnish with chopped parsley and serve with your favourite sauce.