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Timber of Romeritos

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We present the traditional recipe of Romeritos, only with a touch that brings elegance to the dish. The preparation of timbal de romeritos is delicious, it is the recipe that you have to prepare in Christmas times to surprise your guests. This is a recipe to achieve a very elegant presentation and haute cuisine for the classic Christmas romeritos but with the touch of the chef.
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Ingredients

4 servings
  • 200 grams of shrimp clean and without head
  • 400 grams of rosemary
  • 4 spoonfuls of Butter
  • 4 liquid ounces of vinegar
  • 2 ounces of olive oil
  • 2 cups of mass black or poblano
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • 1 piece of plantain
  • 60 onions
  • 1 tablespoon of Salt
  • 1/2 Cup of sugar for caramelised (optional)

    Preparation

    First prepare the romeritos, these are cleaned by removing the thick stems and roots. Fry in a pan with butter, onion and finely chopped garlic , add the romeritos and sauté them without letting them burn, add a pinch of salt, fry for about two minutes. We remove them from the fire and reserve them.
    We clean the shrimp by removing the heads and peels, removing the venita, cut in half. Once clean, fry them in oil and apple cider vinegar, sauté in the pan until they are golden brown, add a pinch of salt and set aside in an absorbent paper to remove the excess oil.
    We heat the mole. In a separate bowl mix the rosemary with a little mole, taking care that the mixture is not watered down.
    To assemble the timbal we use a mold with a metal ring shape. Add the first layer of romeritos, the second layer made with a pair of shrimp, the third of diagonal slices of fresh male banana. The mixture is pressed with the spoon inside the ring so that it compacts and takes shape. The steps are repeated to form the fourth, fifth and sixth layers.
    Optionally, to give a high kitchen finish, you can "crystallize" the dish, this is done by adding a spoonful of sugar forming a layer on the top of the drum and with a kitchen torch or portable torch (bought in any tlapalería ) the sugar is fired until it crystallizes. Subsequently, crystallized or not, the ring mold is removed with great care, trying not to damage the drum. A "mirror" of mole is made on the plate without adding too much.

    PRESENTATION

    Decorate with beet sprouts and edible flowers.

    TIPS

    Use a metal ring to form the timbal.

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    Nutritional information
    * Percentage of daily values ​​based on a 2,000-calorie diet.
    Calories
    2014
    kcal
    101%
    Carbohydrates
    297
    g
    99%
    Proteins
    46.9
    g
    94%
    Lipids
    80.1
    g
    123%
    Fiber
    53.1
    g
    106%
    Sugar
    127
    g
    141%
    Cholesterol
    140
    mg
    47%
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    Anonymous
    18/12/2015 09:35:23
    Felicitaciones Son recetas muy practicas y fáciles de rearealizar

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