Penticton resident Jon Cote prepared the perfect Scotch eggs at his restaurant, Craft Corner Kitchen, for our ongoing series Foodie Friday. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)

Foodie Friday: Scotch eggs at Craft Corner Kitchen

Learn how to prepare the perfect Scotch eggs and see what else the Craft Corner Kitchen has to offer

Jon Cote says his restaurant, Craft Corner Kitchen, is all about offering pub-style favourites with local ingredients.

Cote, who is also the establishment’s head chef, said the menu is typical of a gastro pub while his beer menu features drafts from multiple local breweries.

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For this week’s Foodie Friday, Cote prepared a serving of Scotch eggs with a side salad. He explained that the eggs are soft boiled and then wrapped in a sausage dough, then coated in bread crumbs and deep fried for five minutes.

The outside of the eggs should be crispy after leaving the deep fryer, but if you cut the egg in half the yoke should still be runny.

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Do you have a favourite dish at a restaurant in Penticton? Let us know by emailing newstips@pentictonwesternnews.com and it could be featured for our next Foodie Friday.

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