| Gluten Free + Dairy Free + Paleo + Soy Free + Nut Free |

Whether you have friendsgiving, thanksgiving brunch, or thanksgiving dinner this recipe suits you well. These scotch eggs are a crowd hit especially since they are the perfect finger food. And let’s be honest, who doesn’t love a good finger food? I don’t know about you but I love the cocktail hour food of any party way better than the actual party food. Anyone with me on that? Sorry not sorry!

I usually only eat animal products when I make them at home so I can guarantee they are organic. These are made with 100% organic eggs and 100% organic turkey meat, that’s it! Simple, easy, and definitely will be the talk of the party. I think it’s their simplicity that intrigues people most. They look so interesting and innovative but they’re literally two of the simplest ingredients.

You can boil your own eggs or if you want the ultra easy route you can buy hard boiled eggs but the yolks will definitely not be as gooey and perfect as these. They also might not be organic.

 

Here’s a link for a good tutorial to boil perfect eggs (click here).  I am over the top obsessed with my egg cooker (click that link if you want your mind blown). This device has changed my life forever, or for as long as I’m eating eggs.

Hope this recipe really does suit you well otherwise I’m going to have to suit up 😛

Happy Thanksgiving!

 

Ingredients

Organic Turkey

Organic Eggs

Frontier CO-OP Adobo Seasoning

Purple Sweet Potato

Pink Salt

Happy Cooking!

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organic turkey scotch egg
Prep Time 20 min
Cook Time 30-40 min
Servings
4
Prep Time 20 min
Cook Time 30-40 min
Servings
4
Instructions
Turkey and Egg
  1. Make hard boiled eggs and set 4 side.
  2. Preheat oven to 350*.
  3. In medium bowl, mix turkey meat and adobo seasoning with your hands until seasoning is evenly spread throughout. The more you work the meat with your hands the more compact it will make the consistency, like a "meat loaf"
  4. To create each ball, make two small turkey patties (3-3.5 inches wide) and place egg in between, like you were sandwiching the egg between the two patties as the "bread". Pinch the top and bottom patty together with egg inside and then roll in hands until ball is formed. If the meat starts sticking to your hand as you're rolling, lightly wet your hand with water.
  5. Place in oven for 20-30 minutes (depending on size of oven). Turkey will lightly brown on the top. Should be 4 balls.
Sweet Potatoes
  1. Cut sweet potaotes in half and then cut into smaller wedges.
  2. Lightly coat the baking tray with coconut oil. Toss the wedges around on baking tray so they can also receive a light coating of coconut oil. Place wedges on baking tray and place in the oven as you turn it on, setting the temperature to 350. Placing them in the oven as it heats up helps create that crisp outside and soft inside as it cooks. Once they are done, toss in pink salt.
  3. Cook for 35-45 minutes.
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