Scotch Eggs - Crispy Sausage-Wrapped Soft Cooked Egg - How to Make Scotch Eggs

Share
Embed

Comments • 2 278

  • Chris Davies
    Chris Davies 18 hours ago

    Definitely needs more sausage. You can never have too much sausage.

  • Carolina PFan
    Carolina PFan Day ago

    Wow! I don’t know what rock I was under, never heard of these

  • Brandon McGraw
    Brandon McGraw Day ago

    my prefered mustard mix is 2 parts spicy dijon or spicy brown mustard, 3 parts miracle whip (or mayonaisse, up to you), and horse radish to taste

  • Jonathan Larkby
    Jonathan Larkby Day ago

    I prefer iambic pentameter or haiku

  • All4Fun
    All4Fun 2 days ago

    Your channel is contagious.

  • Nola Anderson
    Nola Anderson 2 days ago

    They truly make some badass tape...

  • Rainee Medhi
    Rainee Medhi 3 days ago

    😊

  • Busby StandUp
    Busby StandUp 4 days ago

    I thought Scotch eggs hatched and became Scotch

  • Matt R
    Matt R 5 days ago

    3:06
    sometimes I think chef John's brain works just like mine.

  • BloodOfYeshuaMessiah

    *As a Brit now living in America I make these....you dont need to buy sausages and then slit them open to extract the sausage meat...I make mine by buying a block of neeses sausage meat...simple.*

  • SCOTT MCGREGOR
    SCOTT MCGREGOR 5 days ago

    Wet hands make smooth balls..........Yes indeed.

  • Alan Brown
    Alan Brown 7 days ago +1

    This dudes voice is soooo annoying...he has no understanding of pitch or tone

  • celly celery
    celly celery 7 days ago

    That look so tasty

  • didi dumb
    didi dumb 7 days ago

    Well brother they are called nargisi koftah in Urdu and the moguls introduced it in India. Nargis is the name of a flower shaped like an eye ( lotus ). The eggs when cut in the middle also looks like an eye, hence the name.

  • Scott Bott
    Scott Bott 8 days ago

    Why do you talk with such strange and exaggerated punctuation and pausing?
    Very distracting. And weird.

  • Scott Bott
    Scott Bott 8 days ago

    They look good.
    Not on the level of the resurrection of Christ though.

  • roof pizza
    roof pizza 8 days ago

    So typical that a British dish isn't British at all.

  • AL Lim
    AL Lim 9 days ago

    I can't help but feel that at anytime, you would suddenly throw or smash the eggs

  • Sean Dupuie
    Sean Dupuie 14 days ago

    You could have at least used brown eggs...

  • michael mccarthy
    michael mccarthy 14 days ago

    try them in the air fryer??

  • scottybroker
    scottybroker 15 days ago

    Genius!!!

  • Jeremy Metcalf
    Jeremy Metcalf 15 days ago

    Perhaps a new way to make Eggs Benedict?

    • Jeremy Metcalf
      Jeremy Metcalf 12 days ago

      +melchizedekful Hollandaise is the original Red's hot sauce. You can put that sh*t on anything.

    • melchizedekful
      melchizedekful 12 days ago

      ?? no.

  • PollyPrissyPants
    PollyPrissyPants 16 days ago

    Wet hands make smooth balls.

  • PollyPrissyPants
    PollyPrissyPants 16 days ago

    Work that sausage meat.

  • B. Jason Ouellette
    B. Jason Ouellette 19 days ago

    You don't flour the eggs before wrapping?

  • 4PITTS1BURGH2
    4PITTS1BURGH2 19 days ago

    What if you don't have a deep fryer like you. Can you do it in a pot with oil?

  • Nguyen Duong
    Nguyen Duong 19 days ago

    Omg your voice is so soothing

    • melchizedekful
      melchizedekful 12 days ago

      on contrary. whenever I watched any of his videos I wanted to kill someone. his voice is (there are no better words for that) fucking irritating and annoying.

  • Sohail Shaikh
    Sohail Shaikh 19 days ago

    It is an original Indian recipe.. in India it is known as Nargisi Koftaa..

  • M. Rose
    M. Rose 20 days ago

    I thought these were Chinese since I learned how to make these in Taiwan. They were hard-boiled, though.

  • skyler brown
    skyler brown 21 day ago +1

    Please get a different person to voice these.

  • Twilight Sparkle
    Twilight Sparkle 21 day ago +1

    dislike for that unnecessary religious comment at the beginning.

  • Steve Coffey
    Steve Coffey 22 days ago

    I picked the wrong time to go KETO.

  • MetroPunk Foto
    MetroPunk Foto 23 days ago

    So good looking. I'll eat eggs anyway their cooked. But this does look amazing.

  • Scott Eakins
    Scott Eakins 23 days ago

    yummmmmm!

  • googlrc
    googlrc 24 days ago

    Comedian Donnell Rawlings brought me here!

  • Thái Trí Luân
    Thái Trí Luân 24 days ago

    Why is he asking so many question??

  • joey flores
    joey flores 26 days ago +1

    "Wet hands make smooth balls." Indeed, my dude.. Indeed.

  • Alexander
    Alexander 27 days ago

    Great video. Thank you.

  • D Safety
    D Safety 28 days ago

    Nice
    Thanks for sharing

  • Me and my Nikon D500

    It was great until the breading way to much carbs.

  • Nathan B
    Nathan B Month ago

    Can't get past the texture of soft boiled eggs. Then again, don't like gelatin or fat either. Good to know that cooking them hard boiled won't hurt the recipe.

    • Phil Fry
      Phil Fry 28 days ago

      I love the texture, but I can see where you come from. Different preferences. I like the taste of shrimp but OMG the texture is revolting. Tried it like 5 different ways and I can't stomach it.

  • iamfiefo
    iamfiefo Month ago

    Hmmm... can you use frozen eggs ala Shokugeki no Soma's Chicken Egg Tempura?

  • DrCognitive
    DrCognitive Month ago

    I think I'm going to stay this recipe and make a keep friendly version using almond flour and golden flaxseed and/or ground pork rinds.

  • DrCognitive
    DrCognitive Month ago

    "wet hands make smooth balls" LOL yes they do. It's why I catch my wife fresh out of the shower

  • Dave B
    Dave B Month ago

    Wow! Top notch! Well done!

  • LordArioh
    LordArioh Month ago

    I believe that it's super cool, but too much work for 20 seconds I'll be eating those.

  • Email Phone
    Email Phone Month ago

    Tremendous

  • Ian Hay
    Ian Hay Month ago

    The recipe is neither from Scotland nor India but from London, England I don`t like it when Chefs take a English recipe then incorrectly attribute it to other countries.

  • Monty M
    Monty M Month ago

    In all my life I have never seen eggs with shell that white... They seem kind of wrong.

  • Maris Staff70
    Maris Staff70 Month ago

    I tried it out and it was delicious!
    My only problem was the eggs fell apart when I took the shell off, so I just used hard boiled eggs.

  • Garrett Parker
    Garrett Parker Month ago

    thanks

  • R W
    R W Month ago

    Used to say that to my lover when we showered together wet hands make smooth balls

  • Mark Drinkard
    Mark Drinkard Month ago

    Woah .woah! Knock off the blasphemy!

  • J M
    J M Month ago

    “Wet hands make smooth balls”

  • rameez raja
    rameez raja Month ago

    They are actually Mughal Nargisi Koftas which the British stole from India like the fabulous diamond, the Koh.- Noor, and renamed it Scotch Egss. British bastards!

  • Marina Proger
    Marina Proger Month ago

    I think I love you.

  • Tim Schmidt
    Tim Schmidt Month ago

    Sorry for the necrobump comment, but *man* do I want to MAKETHESERIGHTNOW! Thanks for the video!

  • Victoria Cline
    Victoria Cline Month ago

    I love his commentary.

  • B T
    B T Month ago

    Best Scotch Eggs I have seen.

  • MY FAVESTATION
    MY FAVESTATION Month ago

    I couldn't agree more...they need to be a "thin-molten"!!! IMHO, the traditional method ruins it with a fully hard-boiled egg!

  • E.E. W
    E.E. W Month ago

    Can you cook those in an Air Fryer? Same amount of time??

  • clockworkhearts
    clockworkhearts Month ago

    my favourite way to boil eggs is to cover them with cold water, bring them to the boil and then take them off the heat as soon as the water’s boiling, slap a lid on and let them sit for 6 minutes or so depending on how done you want them. perfect eggs every time.

  • Bombastus
    Bombastus Month ago

    If you invest in a voice over artist, this will be cooking channel nirvana

  • Dennis Hunt
    Dennis Hunt Month ago

    They look absolutely fabulous chef John I don't really like hard boiled eggs but love eggs with runny yolks. I have always wanted to make scotch eggs but was put off by the hard boiled eggs and didn't know a way to get them to have a runny yolk. Thanks mate!

  • MsMegasharon
    MsMegasharon Month ago

    Can I cook them and serve them a day later?

  • Veronica jean-pierre

    I’m so glad I stumbled across your video- aside from the intrigue of combining sausage and eggs, you made me laugh out loud several times with your witty narration. Thanks for sharing the recipe and your personality. Now I’m going to think about how to interpret this recipe in other ways- I’m Black Creole, my husband is Haitian, so improvisation comes naturally in the kitchen. Maybe I’ll add epis to the sausage, or use Lemelle’s sausage (a family owned butcher shop in Ames, TX with out of this world sausage and hot links) or even BOUDAIN!!!

  • Corey Hunter
    Corey Hunter Month ago

    Wet hands make smooth balls

  • Matthew Lewis
    Matthew Lewis Month ago

    Made these just as instructed, they were great! And pretty easy-thank you John!

  • Jeremiah Rojas
    Jeremiah Rojas Month ago

    God I hate ur fucking voice

  • Pronomita Mukherjee

    Ohhh ur voice... I just love ur voice

  • Alyssa Brown
    Alyssa Brown 2 months ago

    ... Gimme

  • Doctor Drywell
    Doctor Drywell 2 months ago

    IF PEOPLE HAVENT WATCHED FOOD WISHES ON 1/2 SPEED, I SUGGEST YOU DO. CHEF JOHN SOUNDS HAMMERED.

  • Skykiller
    Skykiller 2 months ago

    Some balls are held for charity, some for fancy dress, but when they're held for pleasure they're the balls I like the best....

  • Rivon Afonso
    Rivon Afonso 2 months ago

    Absolutely north indian delicacy

  • Boaz Wells
    Boaz Wells 2 months ago

    Thank you

  • Karin Kokram
    Karin Kokram 2 months ago

    I'm making these tomorrow. They look delicious. Also, 741 ppl have obviously never known deliciousness. 😂

  • Alexander Maxwell
    Alexander Maxwell 2 months ago

    looks great. Some alternate versions pan fry them and use ground cured ham making exact cooking times more flexible. love the sauce idea and the "molten" soft boil. Was also thinking about a quick breakfast I call eggy in the middle , where I cook an egg over medium inside a piece of toast, figure it would work for a thin meat patty as well.

  • Adroc aFella
    Adroc aFella 2 months ago

    I love the WAY you TALK!

  • Steven Simpson
    Steven Simpson 2 months ago

    Who the Hell couuld give this a thumbs down ?

  • alienh1701
    alienh1701 2 months ago

    What an annoying twerp.

  • lordnazzer
    lordnazzer 2 months ago

    why I'm watching this at 1am?

  • Goldie O
    Goldie O 2 months ago

    LMAO!!! "...translates to narcissistic eggs. What's that have to do with me?" I love your humor.

  • suchandrika nath
    suchandrika nath 2 months ago

    In India it is called devil chop

  • Suzette Campo
    Suzette Campo 2 months ago

    The narration alone makes me want to make this dish ! Nice voice for story telling :)

  • Sandrine
    Sandrine 2 months ago

    "If you think rising from the grave is impressive: try these . . . " 😉

  • Cathy's Love Cupboard
    Cathy's Love Cupboard 2 months ago

    You are sooooo funny, I love all of your videos!!

  • Ankit Chowdhury
    Ankit Chowdhury 2 months ago

    Actually they are from East India particularly from Indian state named West Bengal. They are made in two ways , one of which u have just shown over here and in another form instead of the sausages we use smashed potatoes and in place of bread crumbs coating we use powdered pulses ( called besan in india). The second way is actually a cheaper way of making it but still it tastes good too. And we call them " Dim er devil" which translates to "Devil Eggs " .

  • Francesca
    Francesca 2 months ago

    Woo, my new favorite keto recipe! Thanks! I always wonder why American eggs are white whereas our eggs are darker in Europe

  • Kevin Edwards
    Kevin Edwards 2 months ago

    I did what you did. My eggs ripped apart with the shell....
    What did i do wrong?

  • Poco Loco
    Poco Loco 2 months ago

    Aioli needs garlic.

  • Aaron Shields
    Aaron Shields 2 months ago

    I hate the cadence of your voice. Fix it

  • DarienDragonFox
    DarienDragonFox 2 months ago

    Kinda wish for more yolk but what eves

  • Mark G.
    Mark G. 2 months ago

    “Push that sausage into the opening, wet fingers is the key” sounds amazing 🤪

  • Mike B
    Mike B 3 months ago

    pro tip , use a pair of gloves to put the sausage on. every person in the food industry does it that way.

    • Mike B
      Mike B 3 months ago

      second pro tip use beer batter then use panco second';

  • Vladimir Ivan
    Vladimir Ivan 3 months ago

    ".. And I thought, what does that have to do with me?" Took me a while but it hit me. Well played man.

  • Charsept
    Charsept 3 months ago

    7:22 I actually laughed out loud

  • memespace
    memespace 3 months ago

    I made scotch eggs with pulled pork a couple weeks back. It worked out perfectly and blew some minds.

  • Ivonne Garcia-Meitin
    Ivonne Garcia-Meitin 3 months ago

    Excellent, thanks

  • Michelle L Cinkel
    Michelle L Cinkel 3 months ago

    So out of this world even my hubby who gags at the sight of yolk scarfed them down wanted more

  • defaultuser
    defaultuser 3 months ago

    c a y e n n e