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Spice up your Scotch egg game with homemade Thai pork sausage, and never turn back!

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These are not as time-consuming to make as you might imagine and are infinitely more enjoyable for being homemade. Scotch eggs are the perfect picnic snack or packed lunch.

Quail’s eggs could also be used if you wanted to create bite-size canapés; just remember to reduce the quantities of casing (by about a third) and the cooking time for the eggs. These are best eaten warm but can be kept in the fridge for up to 3 days.

Also try: For vegetarian Scotch eggs, use leftover cooked risotto for the casing instead of the pork or sausage meat, then coat in bread crumbs as before.

Reprinted with permission from Egg: Recipes