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Smoked Scotch Eggs

Scotch eggs come from England with no definitive evidence of their culinary origination, though they have been documented since the early 19th century. Our recipe changes up the traditional breaded and fried recipe and gives a smoky, tangy, BBQ punch. Once cooked, they hold well in the refrigerator or eaten straight away –as if you could help not gobbling at least one hot off the smoker! Enjoy these as part of a breakfast spread or as an appetizer at your next party -guaranteed to be a topic of discussion!

Those Florida Guys seasonings used in this recipe:

Yields: 8-10 Servings | Prep Time: 10 Minutes | Total Time: 60 Minutes


8-10 medium-large eggs

1 lb. sausage (we used Italian)

1 tbs. mustard (we used brown mustard)

6 tbs. Those Florida Guys FL Gulf BBQ

Barbecue sauce of your choice


1 | Allow sausage to come close to room temperature.

2 | Place sausage in a bowl and mix in mustard and 4 tbs. FL Gulf BBQ

3 | Fill a large pot fill with enough water to cover eggs by one inch.

4 | Bring to a boil and place eggs in one at a time until all are in a single layer.

5 | Boil for 3-4 minutes for a medium-runny egg yolk.

6 | Remove the eggs from the pot and place in an ice water bath to stop the cooking and until cool enough to handle.

7 | Carefully peel the eggs and pat them dry.

8 | Bring smoker up to 250 degrees

9 | Portion sausage and carefully wrap eggs in a medium-thick layer, fully encasing.

10 | Sprinkle remaining FL Gulf BBQ over the prepared eggs

11 | Place the sausage wrapped eggs evenly spaced apart and cook for 45-50 minutes.

12 | Baste with sauce of your choice for the last 10-15 minutes.

13 | Serve and enjoy!

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