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Native Hebridean Salmon Scotch Egg

Serves 4, Prep time: 45 minutes
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A unique recipe to create a household favourite using Native Hebridean Scottish Salmon. 

Method

STEP 1/4

Bring a pan of water to the boil, once simmering add 4 eggs and cook for 4-5 minutes. Once eggs are cooked put them straight into a bowl of cold water. Once they have cooled down, peel and set aside.

STEP 2/4

Add the Native Hebridean Fresh Scottish Salmon, Native Hebridean Smoked Scottish Salmon, lemon zest, parsley, dill, tarragon, capers and a pinch of salt to a food processor and blend together. Split mixture into four balls.

STEP 3/4

Take the dry eggs, one at a time, and slowly pat the Native Hebridean Scottish Salmon mixture around the eggs in a ball until they are completely covered. Arrange three bowls side by side. In the first, add the flour with a pinch of salt, in the second one beaten egg and in the third the breadcrumbs. Take the eggs in a ball and slowly dip into the flour, then the egg and then finally the breadcrumbs.

STEP 4/4

Half fill a deep pan with the oil and heat to around 180C. Take one egg at a time and fry for around 5 minutes until golden brown, remove from the oil and leave to the side to cool before serving.

For the Tartare sauce

Add mayonnaise into a large bowl, add the remaining ingredients and fold through until well mixed and it’s ready to serve!


Ingredients

For the Native Hebridean Salmon Scotch Egg


250g Native Hebridean boneless and skinless fresh salmon

200g Harris & Lewis Smoked Scottish Salmon

5 large eggs

1 lemon, zest and juice

10g tarragon

10g dill

10g parsley

2 tbsp capers

50g flour

100g panko breadcrumbs

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Salt and pepper to season



For the Tartare sauce


100g mayonnaise

1 tsp chopped gherkin

1 small clove of finely chopped garlic

20g parsley, finely chopped

Squeeze of lemon juice

Salt and pepper to season