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Carnivore Diet Lamb Scotch Eggs

Prep Time
40 mins

Lamb Scotch Eggs can be made in many different ways, most of which include herbs and vegetables. But the recipe you’re about to learn here is a Carnivore diet recipe and is therefore based on lamb and no herbs.

You may ask why it is called a Scotch egg. Some say the name has its roots in the 19th century when William J. Scott and his sons created the dish and named it after themselves.

Others say the date is not correct, and the dish was called ‘scorch’ eggs and came into being 75 years ago. Some others say that it’s called Scotch as it refers to ‘Scotching’, a culinary possess.

Anyhow, wherever the name originates from, lamb scotch egg is rich in protein and is a super tasty dish that can have a part in your parties as a finger-licking snack.

To make this dish, you need a deep-fryer plus the ingredients listed below. Let’s get the ingredients and follow the easy instructions step by step.

How to Make Carnivore Diet Lamb Scotch Eggs

Prepare the ingredients and follow the instructions listed below to make this delicious dish of Carnivore diet lamb Scotch eggs.


  • 400g lamb mince
  • 10 quail eggs
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 1 pinch of cayenne pepper (optional)
  • 1 pinch of black pepper (optional)


  1. Use cocktail sticks to prick the eggshells and release air bubbles.
  2. Place in boiling water for about 2 mins, then put in iced water. Peel the eggs when they’re cooked.
  3. Mix the lamb with salt, cayenne pepper, and black pepper. Cut it up into 40g portions.
  4. Put every portion on a flat surface (or in your palms) and form thin sheets.
  5. Carefully wrap each egg in the mixture and pack them. Make sure there isn’t any air pocket.
  6. Preheat a deep-fryer to 190°C.
  7. Deep fry each egg roll so its colour turns golden brown, then place it in the oven for only 2 mins. Bon Appetit!