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Updated: Feb 1, 2021

Trust me these little things taste amazing, you can eat them hot or cold, And it’s a great way of introducing the kids to different flavours, and textures

This recipe came about because of a visit to by HRH The Prince of Wales, We presented him with a hamper which had all manner of tasty things in, one of which was this, although he did comment that I'd cheated for using quail eggs!! And I’m assured by a good authority, that HRH loves a great tasting scotch egg!

These are a wonderful meat free option to the usual recipe, and as someone said that they couldn't tell there was no meat in them, I’d definitely give them a try

Once you have mastered these, experiment with other ingredients, you’ll be delighted just how tasty they can be

If you don’t have a fryer, or you are looking for something a little bit more healthier, bake them in your oven, I’ve given instructions below

So there’s no reason to miss out!

This recipe will make 6 vegetarian scotch eggs


  1. 8 free range large eggs, at room temperature