Scotch egg

NOUN
  1. hard-cooked egg encased in sausage meat then breaded and deep-fried
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  • More traditional grub, such as a cheese and onion pasty or Scotch egg, follows in the evening.
  • Try the Scotch eggs with local chutney, followed by salmon and crab fishcakes. The Sun
  • Fish and chips, roast rib of beef, cottage pie, potted shrimps, Scotch egg with whisky mayonnaise, egg custard tart - all are revealed in a new and con temporary light.
  • Featured in the current series are smoked haddock scotch eggs with curried mayonnaise, pigeon and red onion pasty, and onion soup with steak and kidney sausage dumplings.
  • Mustardlaced diddy hotdogs, arancini and runny scotch eggs are all culprits. Times, Sunday Times
  • I see you wake up to the sound of bagpipes at six a.m., pet show dogs at noon, and cough up Scotch eggs and mini donuts at five.
  • It is curling sandwiches and things on sticks, scotch eggs the colour of David Dickinson outside and the mouth-gumming denseness of Sarah Palin within. Buffets are the place where ingredients go to die
  • Try the Scotch eggs with local chutney, followed by salmon and crab fishcakes. The Sun
  • The brasserie restaurant, the Swan, is increasingly well-regarded and the ground-floor bar menu includes a limited number of affordable appetising dishes, such as Cotswold Legbar poached eggs on toast and a daily savoury tart with chips and salad (£5-£7), as well snacks like scotch eggs and sausages cooked in rioja (£4-£5). South London's top 10 budget eats
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