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Egg and Surimi Salad

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To make an easy salad, prepare this recipe with breaded and surimi-filled eggs, a delicious and fresh dish for hot days or perfect for Lent. With this recipe we change the way to prepare cooked eggs, because with the breaded they are crispy and their surimi filling is the mixture of flavors that you needed to try.
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3 portions
  • 4 cups Water
  • 3 San Juan® Eggs
  • 2 San Juan® Eggs, to bread
  • 2 cups ground bread, to bread
  • enough vegetal oil, to fry
  • 1/4 cups mayonnaise, for the filling
  • 1/4 cups cream cheese, for the filling
  • 1 tablespoon Chile chipotle milled, for the filling
  • 1 tablespoon ketchup, for the filling
  • 1 cup surimi, finely chopped, for filling
  • to taste salt
  • to taste black pepper
  • 2 cups french lettuce, washed and disinfected
  • 1 cup bell pepper, colored, cut into strips
  • enough fresh oregano, to decorate
  • enough olive oil, To accompany
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Place the pieces of Egg San Juan® in a pot, cover with water and heat over medium heat. Once it boils, cook 12 more minutes; remove from heat, drain, add cold water and reserve.
Remove the shell and cut the eggs in half; With the help of a spoon, remove the yolk and reserve.
To bread, dip the already cooked whites in the egg, remove the excess and bread.
In a saucepan over medium heat, heat the oil and fry the whites for 3 minutes. Remove and drain on absorbent paper to remove excess oil.
For the filling, in a processor mix the mayonnaise with the cream cheese, the chipotle, the ketchup sauce, the yolks, add the surimi, and season with salt and pepper.
With the help of a duya, fill the breaded eggs with the previous mixture.
In an extended plate, place the French lettuce first, then the colored peppers, the eggs and garnish with chives.


On an extended plate, accompanied by lettuce and bell pepper salad.


It is important that when cooking an egg you take into account the following: at higher altitudes, the air pressure is lower, so food takes longer to cook. Cooking temperatures and times can therefore be longer.

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