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At the heart of this market is the traditional Scotch Egg. Where a boiled egg is wrapped in seasoned pork and then covered in golden breadcrumbs and lightly fried. Eggs are traditionally used as a snack, in lunch boxes, and as a salad component. This product has seen a resurgence in recent times as they appear on restaurant menus as a high quality warm eat starter or main meal where the egg yolk remains runny and the pork and crumb often contain tasty inclusions.