FF BAKED SCOTCH EGGS

FF BAKED SCOTCH EGGS

Serves 4 to 6 … Adaptation of UK classic. This is good for picnics, snacks. Serve hot or cold

1 pound ground turkey

Seasoning (I used about 1 tsp. each dry mustard, dill and ground fennel, 1/4 teas. ground cloves, pinch of cayenne)

6 hard-cooked eggs, peeled

Salt and pepper (Phase 3 only)

1 egg, slightly beaten

1/2 Tablespoon water

2 slices toast, made into crumbs (or 1/2 cup ground flax seed)

Mix ground turkey with seasonings. Divide into six portions, flatten (I used waxed paper), and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Shape each portion around a hard-cooked egg.

Beat egg and mix in water. Roll egg in this mixture, then gently in breadcrumbs or flax seed.

Place on rack in a baking pan. (If your rack doesn’t have a non-stick finish, you need to spray it with a non-stick spray before placing eggs on it.) Bake at 400 degrees for 30 minutes. Turn once after 15 minutes.

Can be cut into halves or quarters before serving.

 

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Stomach issues have never spared anyone. With the increased consumption of fast foods and take aways, one can never be too sure about the hygiene of the quality of food they consume. One can never gauge which restaurant serves lower quality food to cut corners and make a little extra profit.

With the variety of foods available today, one gets tempted to try it all or eat from a different place every day. As a result, there are too many foreign ingredients in the stomach at any given point of time.

Precaution

Stomach bugs and parasites are a common phenomenon with kids and adults who eat out regularly. The effect of these parasites on people varies from person to person. Here are a few things one can do, to reduce such occurrences:

  • Clean Hands

Our hands are what attract majority of the germs to our system. One can never be too cautious about where they put their hands. It is always important to wash your hands before you touch any food. This is one of the most basic lessons we learn as a child but as we grow and our immunities get stronger, this basic lesson takes a back seat and we just go on eating with dirty hands, until we are met with an episode of stomach parasites.

  • Cautious

Be aware of the place you choose to eat from. though eating from small stalls or road side take away counters is okay, ensure the place you buy your food from is clean and well maintained. It need not be sparkling clean to pass a star hotel test. However, basic hygiene must be maintained and the food should be clean.

  • Well Cooked

Meat tastes delicious when it is rare or medium grilled/ cooked. Though this can be a treat to your taste buds, this can be a breeding ground for parasites. Indulge in such foods at lesser frequency. Eating well cooked food will ensure your stomach is also kept clean as the germs are killed in the process of cooking.

  • Watch For Signs

One of the most important steps to take is to be proactive. It is your stomach and your health, no one but you can be a better judge of the situation. If you feel uneasy or are experiencing indigestion, check with a doctor or take some medicines that have been prescribed for such situations. You may think nothing can affect you. No matter how many hours you spend at the gym, when a stomach bug hits you, your body will react and will need to be taken care of appropriately.

The above steps are precautions one must take at all times. In cases where you are affected by a stomach parasite, Detoxic can save the day. This is a medically tested drug to kill and get rid of stomach parasites effectively and quickly.

This formula can get rid of the worms in your intestines, thus making your body healthier and stronger from within. Getting a stomach bug is not preventable at all times. However, finding a remedy and attending to the situation immediately is definitely possible and advisable.