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Pig shaped eggs
Pig shaped eggs
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This is a fun side dish for the kids when the eggs are looking like pigs. All you need is eggs, sausages and peppercorns and you’re ready to make your eggs looking like pigs. Only take a few minutes to prepare and can be made in advance to save time.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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4 Eggs
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2 Sausages
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8 Peppercorns
Instructions:
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Boil the eggs for 6 minutes. Let them cool down and peel them.
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Cut the sausages in round slices.
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Cut 8 triangles that will be used as ears. Use a toothpick to attach the ears on the eggs.
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Attach one sausage slice in the front of the eggs, this way you have a nose for each pig.
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For eyes, press 2 peppercorns on each egg.
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Serve together with the rest of the sausages.
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