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Smoked Salmon “Scotch” Deviled Eggs with goat cheese and sour cream (from The Hotel Saugatuck)

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Smoked Salmon “Scotch” Deviled Eggs with goat cheese and sour cream (from The Hotel Saugatuck)

I have a fabulous recipe to share which is a perfect for National Deviled Egg Day on November 2nd! This is a fabulous and delicious recipe to try and just in time for National Deviled Egg Day. The Hotel Saugatuck in Saugatuck, Michigan, has a special recipe they’re offering guests this November to mark the delicious holiday. Check it out for yourself today!

The Hotel Saugatuck is an 18-room luxury bed and breakfast with stunning views of Lake Kalamazoo, offering modern amenities, mere blocks from the vintage reminiscent small-town of Saugatuck, Michigan, and minutes from Douglas. Built in 1865, The Hotel Saugatuck, formerly the Twin Gables Inn, is the only original mill in the area still standing from the busy lumbering era. It is now comprised of a dozen rooms in the historic hotel and three duplex cottages, each with two guestrooms. All rooms feature king sized beds, private bathrooms, Jason Hydrotherapy Tubs with Micro-silk Technology, in-room breakfast, in-room dessert, fireplaces, and individual climate control. Privacy and individual attention define The Hotel Saugatuck experience. You must check them out.

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Smoked Salmon “Scotch” Deviled Eggs with goat cheese and sour cream
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Ingredients
For The “Scotch”
For The “Devil”
For The “Garnish”
Servings
Ingredients
For The “Scotch”
For The “Devil”
For The “Garnish”
Instructions
To Scotch
  1. Heat cooking oil to 350 degrees in a heavy bottom pot or electric fryer.
  2. Add smoked salmon to food processor. Chop until smooth.
  3. Remove salmon from food processor and place between 2 layers of plastic wrap. Press (or use a rolling pin) salmon between wrap layers until a thin sheet of salmon is formed.
  4. Portion salmon into 6 equal sections.
  5. Using your hands, wrap 1 section around 1 hardboiled egg, making sure egg is fully covered.
  6. Repeat with the other 5 eggs.
  7. Whisk raw eggs in a bowl.
  8. Pour bread crumbs in a separate bowl.
  9. Dredge salmon covered eggs in whisked egg mixture and coat in bread crumbs.
  10. Lower eggs into fryer & Fry for approximately 1 minute or until golden brown.
  11. Remove from fryer and let cool.
To Devil
  1. Once cooled, slice eggs lengthwise and remove yolks.
  2. Blend yolks, sour cream and goat cheese until smooth. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  3. Using a pastry bag (or Ziploc bag), pipe yolk mixture into eggs.
To Garnish
  1. Top eggs with a combination of cornichons, red onion and capers.
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11 Replies to “Smoked Salmon “Scotch” Deviled Eggs with goat cheese and sour cream (from The Hotel Saugatuck)”

  1. This looks so scrumptious! I will have to make for my next dinner party!

  2. Brigid OHara Koshko says: Reply

    WOW! These look delicious and I am pretty sure I can make these at home.

  3. Brilliant! These look delicious.

  4. I’d love to try these. Great flavors and I love smoked salmon.

  5. I love deviled eggs and this recipe sounds really good! I can’t wait to make these.

  6. Kara Vaughan Marks says: Reply

    What a fantastic recipe–I’ve always wanted to try Scotch eggs and this sounds like a recipe I could actually handle.

  7. I have never had these before. I love all the ingredients that are in it. This is a great twist on making traditional deviled eggs. I will need to make this for one of my moms club meetings.

  8. Roxanne Marie Moon says: Reply

    This looks amazing! I am absolutely addicted to deviled eggs and all I’ve ever eaten is the traditional style! This is something I’m going to try as soon as I get the ingredients!

  9. I have never had Scotch deviled eggs before, but I love deviled eggs and this recipe looks delicious! Goat cheese is one of my favorites too. 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing this recipe!

  10. This is interesting. They look like an elegant appetizer and don’t seem that tough to make. I’d never thought to make them before but I love deviled eggs. Something to add to my recipe list.

  11. I’ve heard of Scotch eggs but never tried one. I never thought of turning them into deviled eggs. This seems like a really unique and delicious way to make deviled eggs.

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