If you like Scotch Eggs
you'll LOVE these Dutch Eggs!

Wrap a boiled egg with Bush Lane Farms™ Kentucky Scrapple, deep fry for 3 minutes and you're in Scrapple heaven!

Cooking:

What's the best way to cook KY Scrapple? 

Slice it about 1/4th of an inch thick (more or less depending on whether you prefer creamy or crispy).

Set it in a pan with oil pre-heated to around 350 degrees. Peanut oil is preferred but most will work.

Fry on one side until the bottom is golden brown, then flip and brown the other side. 

The longer the fry the crispier the Bush Lane Farms™ Kentucky  Scrapple!

Storage:

Storing Bush Lane Farms™ Kentucky Scrapple? 

Your Bush Lane Farms™ Kentucky Scrapple is usually frozen.  This preserves the flavors and extends the shelf life considerably. 

If you want to eat some but don't want to thaw the entire pound, thaw it until you can get a knife through the loaf.

Cut off the part you want to cook, and return the rest to the freezer.

Here are some other ideas that use
Bush Lane Farms™ Kentucky Scrapple:

  • Crumble cooked Scrapple and use in a breakfast burrito or on a pizza
  • Crumble and use in baked beans (from a Lagrange Farmers Market patron)
  • Patty it out in the size/shape of a burger, fry it and put it on a bun
  • Use some cooked KY Scrapple in a breakfast casserole
  • How about a Scrapple/Egg melt with smoked cheddar?

Watch how Tim and Nikki Farmer use Bush Lane Farms Kentucky Scrapple in a delicious Scrapple slider on their cooking show:
Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen
Tim gives Nikki a smell of Bush Lane Farms Kentucky Scrapple as they prepare Scrapple sliders on their cooking show:
Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen
How about a Scrapple/Egg melt with smoked cheddar?
Photo sent in by one of our fans....
Grandma Jane says this works well, so it should work for you.
She also likes to eat it cold, but this needs further research!