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Cinco recetas de huevos rellenos: atún, aguacate o en escabeche son las más deliciosas

El huevo es un alimento muy interesante a nivel nutricional, dicho por los expertos en alimentación. «Contiene todos los aminoácidos esenciales que necesitamos, por ello lo consideramos una fuente proteica de calidad, y respecto a todas las opciones culinarias que tenemos para consumir el huevo y hacerlos rellenos es una manera de complementar de forma deliciosa este alimento», explica la nutricionista Beatriz Cerdán. Para realizar huevos rellenos primero tenemos que cocer los huevos entre 10 y 12 minutos. «El tiempo de cocción es importante para que la textura de la yema se quede cuajada, pero sin estar seca», indica la dietista. En este punto también influye el tamaño del huevo y la temperatura con la que hemos introducido el huevo en la cacerola. Truco de experta Un truco para evitar que la cáscara de huevo se rompa al cocerla es «sacar los huevos con antelación antes de cocerlos», ya que así estarán a temperatura ambiente, y también se recomienda que «el agua cubra totalmente los huevos y que no choquen entre sí». Además, la nutricionista Beatriz Cerdán cuenta que es importante que los huevos sean frescos, así la yema se repartirá de forma más céntrica y para rellenarlo será más fácil. Paso a paso Tal como dice Beatriz Cerdán, una vez cocido el huevo lo dejamos enfriar en un bol de agua fría, así conseguiremos pelarlos de una forma más fácil. «Otro consejo para pelarlos de forma sencilla es añadir un poco de sal durante la cocción», dice. Una vez enfriados los pelamos y los cortamos en dos mitades, retiramos las yemas cocidas y las reservamos para el relleno. A continuación, haríamos el relleno que más nos apetezca. «Para complementar bien el huevo y hacerlo de una forma saludable podríamos combinar las yemas con verduras como pimiento, cebolla, también podemos rellenarlos con aguacate, o incluso agregar atún o salmón. Una vez tengamos los ingredientes los mezclamos todos y sazonamos al gusto», aconseja la nutricionista. Cuando ya tengamos la masa rellenamos las claras, podemos hacerlo con un cuchillo de punta redondeada o una cuchara pequeña de café. En este paso el mejor truco es hacerlo con calma.Además, para presentar los huevos rellenos podemos decorarlos con unas hojas de lechuga o espolvorear semillas por encima, incluso rallar un poquito de yema por encima de los huevos. «Una vez hayan enfriado en el frigorífico unos 30 minutos ya están listos para disfrutar», concluye. Recetas originales de huevos rellenos
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