How To Create Mouth – Watering Egg Mushrooms

  • How To Create Mouth – Watering Egg Mushrooms
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Ingredients

  • 5 - 6 L eggs
  • 80 - 100 g chorizo ( finely grated )
  • 1 tspn dijonnaise mustard
  • 3 sprigs stalks green shallots (finely cut ) )
  • 2 Tbls gherkin (from jar,finely grated )
  • 1/4 tspn salt
  • 1 tspn vinegar (for boiling eggs prevent the shells crack )
  • 5 - 6 L round tomatoes
  • 1/4 bunch parsley or basil ( for garnish )
  • 1 tspn butter
  • 2 Tbls whole mayonnaise
  • 1 kg potatoes

Method

Let the eggs warm to room temperature.Started cooking the peeled potatoes in
salty water to create mashed potato.
Eggs put in water with vinegar and salt (1/4 tspn. salt) and cook 15 minutes.When eggs cooked,put them under running very cold water,peel the shell and let them to cool.Cut off the rounded ends of eggs to allow the eggs to sit on plate.Where there is a bigger hole,remove the yolk and put that in to a bowl.The white parts of the eggs finely cut and add to yolk,then add finely grated gherkin,chorizo,mustard,mayonnaise,shallots and mashed potatoes and make mixture,stir,taste and see,if anything is needed to be added.Now stuff the mixture in the white parts of eggs,where the yolk was.Place them neatly on a plate,cut all tomatoes in half ,the roundest part put carefully on eggs to create mushroom.The rest of mashed potatoes put in to piping bag and pipe that around the eggs make it a ground.Take it toothpick,put in butter and softly touch each top of tomatoes head to create white specks on mushroom.For garnish use parsley or basil.
Now after your hard work……Bonn appetite.

PS.It takes a little work,but it’s worth it.

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  • i loved the taste from the youngest person that lives next door…

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    by Samie Hunter on 16/10/2012, 16:46
    Samie Hunter
  • These look adorable! Very clever. I’ll skip the chorizo but looks like it’ll work without

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    by Sara Y on 16/10/2012, 19:39
    Sara Y
    • Sara thank you for your opinion.Anna.You must be very nice girl.

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      by ANNA LINHART on 18/10/2012, 19:56
      ANNA LINHART
  • This is a fun and delicious alternative to devilled eggs! Great recipe.

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    by Lynda E on 05/11/2012, 09:12
    Lynda E
  • I cant get my kids to eat anything but when I cooked this they ate it in one gulp! Very clever and absolutely delicious. Its my kids new favourite dish!

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    by Stephanie H. on 10/11/2012, 00:00
    Stephanie H.
  • This will definitely please the kids!

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    by Mishka Gora on 13/12/2012, 13:23
    Mishka Gora
    • Thank you to every one who like that.

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      by ANNA LINHART on 15/12/2012, 08:23
      ANNA LINHART
  • looks wonderfull! excellent job!

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    by Omar Sanchen on 14/12/2012, 12:50
    Omar Sanchen
  • I got inspired here and played with quail eggs and grape tomatoes and serving as canapes on toasted sourdough rounds. Instead of chorizo I used crushed crispy panchetta … was cute

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    by Helen Minns on 16/12/2012, 10:39
    Helen Minns
    • Hi Helen.Panchetta is really nice and tasty.People can used what they like it.Good luck to you.

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      by ANNA LINHART on 17/02/2013, 16:09
      ANNA LINHART