Easy Recipes: Scotch Eggs with Sweet & Sour Sauce

I first tasted Scotch Eggs when my friend from downstairs, Edz, the woman who taught me how to make Chicken Fajitas, brought it over for dinner with me and the kids. Our husbands were both out of town on a kids ministry event and since we live in the same apartment building, we decided to have dinners together during the time our husbands were away.

I learned later on that Scotch Eggs are common in the UK. You can find them being sold in corner shops and supermarkets, much like how you see Kwek Kwek at the mall food court. ย They’re considered “picnic” food and are served with a variety of sauce options – from ranch, to mustard sauces and hot sauces, and even gravy.


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The Scotch Eggs recipe I’m sharing with you was shared by Marjie B. Bacarisas of the I Love Cooking community on Facebook.

I love that community! People share photos and recipes of their food, and they don’t even have to be sophisticated shots or recipes. It’s just a bunch of Filipinos who love to cook and share what they serve on their table.

I think I did the recipe justice, so I thought of sharing. You know me, I love trying out new recipes and talking about them here. So here you go:

Scotch Eggs Recipe


4-5 Medium Hard boiled eggs

Meat mixture:

3/4 K Ground pork
1 pc Big Carrot
1 pc Onion
1/4 C Cornstarch
1 Egg
Black pepper (to taste)
Salt (to taste)


1 Egg
Bread crumbs
Coconut Oil (for deep frying. You can actually use any oil, but I strongly recommend Coconut Oil for health reasons)

Sweet and Sour Sauce

1 can Pineapple juice (solo)
1/2 C Tomato sauce
1 Tbsp Soy sauce
7 Tbsp Sugar
2 Tbsp Vinegar
2 Tbsp. Cornstarch
1 C Water
Black pepper
Carrots (sliced thinly)
Small red Bell pepper (sliced long and thin)

How to cook Scotch Eggs:

1. Put together all the ingredients for the meat mixture. Set aside.
2. Melt the cornstarch in little water, then mix in flour and egg.
3. Put together the meat mixture and the cornstarch mixture.
4. Get a fistful of the blended mixture and flatten it in the palm of your hand.
5. Place a hard boiled egg in the middle and wrap the blended mixture around it. Follow the same procedure for all hard boiled eggs.
6. Roll each of the meat-wrapped eggs on bread crumbs before deep-frying.

How to make the Sweet & Sour sauce:

1. Mix together all ingredients in a bowl.
2. Heat over low fire while stirring consistently.
3. It’s ready once it thickens slightly.
4. Pour over the cooked Scotch Eggs.

Serve with buttered vegetables and/or rice.


I just realized that it’s been a while since I’ve shared a new recipe on the blog, and I remembered this time.

I hope you enjoy your Scotch Eggs. You know the drill – if you try the recipe out and post it on Facebook or Instagram, don’t forget to tag @fullyhousewifed so I can also admire your food porn. Enjoy!

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  1. Uy! This is something I would like to try at home. My boys are easily enticed sa mga something new. They love my sweet and sour meatballs and they may like this as well since mukha silang same lang naman. Good thing we did our market just this morning. Kumpleto ako sa ingredients. Thanks for this.

  2. I haven’t cooked a sweet and sour sauce recipe, maybe I’ll try this muna before I cook with pork and fish. I have joined a few food and cooking communities at malaking tulong talaga kasi I get feedback from posted recipes. I think I’ll join I Love Cooking din hehe. Thanks for the recipe!

  3. Like Shalene, I haven’t cooked a sweet and sour sauce recipe yet. I’m not fond of this food kasi kaya di ko niluluto. But this is a good idea, parang morcon na may egg sa gitna.

  4. I personally love the sweet and sour sauce lalo na kapag tilapya yung partner hehe. Nakakaganang kumain. Haven’t tried this one though, sounds easy and fun to prepare. Hope my kid would love this too. Thanks for sharing mommy!

  5. I haven’t tasted scotch eggs yet (not that I’m aware of). By the look at it, I am reminded of the yummy bola-bola that my uncle and mama used to cook. Maybe this one’s a lot more delicious since there’s egg. Now I want to eat! lol.

  6. This actually made me feel nostalgic! I used to eat this dish A LOT when I was in grade school because our favorite “cafeteria” served it. It’s delicious! I didn’t know it originated from the UK!

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