Boil 4 eggs 10 minutes
and peel them. Cut the sausages open and take the meat out. Beat the
remaining eggs. Roll the boiled eggs through the raw egg and cover them
with the sausage meat. Roll them again through the raw egg and then
through the breadcrumbs. Deep fry the eggs until they are golden brown
at 180 degrees Celsius.
The birthday of Robert Burns, the famous poet who
was born in 1759, is celebrated in
Schotland on the
22 of January.
Scottish eggs may be part of the feast, swallowed down with whisky.
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Put the eggs, coffee and onion peels in a pan and
cover with water; add the oil. Bring to the boil and simmer on the lowest
heat possible for at least 6 (!) hours. The white of the egg will become
or sprinkle with dukka.
On 23 December 1956, the Suez crisis ended. The
British wanted their colonial position at the canal after the World Wars, soon helped by
Israel, but had to give
up to Egypt.
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