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How to make Vegetarian Scotch Eggs using an air fryer

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Air fried vegetarian Scotch egg

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With the release of Impossible Food's brand new Impossible Sausage product - a realistic vegetarian friendly Scotch egg is now possible. Here's how. This recipe is for one Scotcg egg, but you can scale up however you like.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes

Ingredients

  • Impossible Sausage
  • Eggs
  • Panko breadcrumbs
  • Non stick cooking spray

Instructions

  1. First cook the interior egg to your preference of finish. I like a medium cooked egg - you can use yoru air fryer for that that too. See how to do that here.
  2. Once cooked, immediatley transfer egg to water to cool, then peel
  3. Before you work on the next steps, get the air fryer pre heating to 400F
  4. Using kicthen gloves (its less messy) take a a good portion of the raw Impossible Sausage and work it into a shell around the egg. You'll need to use yoru judgement here, but be liberal, you want a good 1/4 layer around the egg.
  5. Once coated roll the Scotch egg in a panko breadrumbs until well coated
  6. Finish by spraying with non stick cooking spray
  7. Optionally repeat the panko roll and soray once more
  8. With air fryer pre heated to 400F cook the prepared Scotch egg for 11 minutes at 400F
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