This is the one the first recipes I’ve ever tried. The first time I made these I was either in my second or third year of high school. It seems that I have always had an interest in cooking. I had borrowed a home science text book from one of my class mates and I found this recipe. It’s pretty easy. I made it for my brothers and they loved it.
Fast forward to present time, I don’t know what I was thinking about but somehow this recipe came back to me. I just had to make it for hubby. The original recipe requires one to deep fry, yeah! In case I’ve never mentioned it here let me do so now. I despise deep frying. Mainly because it’s extremely unhealthy and secondly, I’m left wondering what I can do with the residual oil other than frying eggs or what not. That said, I didn’t deep fry rather I opted to shallow fry.
3 beef sausages
1 tablespoon breadcrumbs
1 tablespoon dried parsley leaves
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
Serves 2 people
Start by boiling the eggs.
Now to prepare the sausage coating.
In a bowl pour in the sausage meat. Using a small knife cut through the casing of the sausage then scrap off the meat.
Add the breadcrumbs and the dried parsley.
Once the eggs are boiled, drain the hot water, shock the eggs with some running cold water then shell them.
Coat the eggs with the sausage meat mixture. Ensure that no part of the egg is visible.
Heat the oil in a pan then fry. Turn it around to ensure it cooks evenly.
Cook till golden and appears crispy. Remove them onto a paper towel covered plate.
Serve and enjoy with your morning beverage of choice, a side of toasted bread with some honey.
Hubby loved it. 🙂