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Shrimp salad with mayonnaise and green apple

by Ada Parisi
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Insalata di gamberi e mela verde con maionese al prezzemolo: per un aperitivo gourmet

Baskets of shrimp salad and green apple with mayonnaise. I know, many of you think I'm always in the kitchen to try hard, unusual combinations, recipes that no one will ever because too complex. But it's not true: i have my days and my days simple. Those in which I imagine a good pot, tasty and nice to put on the table (especially if I have guests) but quick and easy to make. And then I reason for colors and flavors.

Is, given that the Green I love so much, from these reasonings were born these Canapé is one leads to another '. The base is a puff pastry basket: You can buy it ready, but also experience the PUFF PASTRY HOMEMADE. Inside are mixed salad, shrimp just blanched, Diced Green Apple (crunchy and sour, blends wonderfully with the sweetness of the prawns) and parsley mayonnaise.

The combination shrimp and mayonnaise is classic and always enjoy everyone, but the touch crunchy and sour Green Apple makes it particularly. If we add a treasure trove of buttery puff pastry, then you understand immediately that with these tartlets you will have an easy victory on the tastes of your guests. These sofas are perfect for an aperitif. Is, If you want, on site you will find many RECIPES FOR STARTERS AND FINGER FOOD that may interest. Also Follow me on my YouTube channel. Have a good day

Insalata di gamberi e mela verde con maionese al prezzemolo: per un aperitivo gourmet

BASKETS AND SHRIMP SALAD OF GREEN APPLES WITH MAYONNAISE

Portions: 4 Preparation: cooking:
Nutrition facts: 250 calories 20 fat
Rating: 5.0/5
( 1 voted )

Ingredients

250 grams of ready-made puff pastry
500 grams of pink shrimps
mixed salad, to taste
1 Green Apple
salt and pepper, to taste
extra virgin olive oil, to taste
a little lemon juice

FOR MAYONNAISE PARSLEY:

2 egg yolks
60-100 ml extra virgin olive oil
Salt, to taste
lemon juice, to taste
a small bunch of parsley

Procedure

Clean the prawns and cook in lightly salted boiling water for one minute. Drain and allow to cool.

Preheat oven to 200 degrees static.

Derive from the roll of puff pastry eight circles the diameter of your stencils (my parents got 7 cm diameter). Butter the molds and clothe them with puff pastry. Pierce the pasta with a fork and brush with egg yolk. Bake for 15 minutes or until the dough won't be swollen and Golden. Allow to cool.

Wash the Green Apple, cut it in half, in quarters, clean the seeds and make it into chunks (I recommend, Let the Peel). Place in a bowl of apples and shrimp and season with a little oil, a few drops of lemon juice, salt and pepper.

For the mayonnaise: whip the yolks with extra virgin olive oil, by placing it flush, until the mixture is very thick. Combine a few drops of lemon juice and salt to taste, then finely chop the parsley and add the mayonnaise. I like very thick, but you can choose your preferred density.

Put on each tartlet few leaves of salad, add some prawn salad and green apple. Garnish with a tablespoon of parsley mayonnaise. Serve immediately and enjoy your meal!

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2 comments

Luisa December 15, 2015 - 10:19

that chiccose!!! good perfect for Christmas!

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Ada Parisi December 15, 2015 - 11:35

Thanks Luisa, It is exactly one of the two starters that I will prepare at home in Sicily on Christmas Eve. I prepared for my mother's birthday and I'm stupid to do, though they are good. I'm glad you're gone, I embrace you and wish you happy holidays. ADA

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