By now you should be scrambling to iron out your Thanksgiving menu. You might think that you still have quite a lot of time in your hands before Thanksgiving dinner comes but you’ll be surprised how time flies really fast, like a speeding train. So have you decided on your menu already? If you haven’t yet here’s a good way to kick start your Thanksgiving dinner! Serve up Caesar stuffed eggs for your appetizer!
Here’s the recipe!
Eggs with Caesar Stuffing
This dish would only eat 20 minutes of your time so you’ll surely have enough time to prepare your side dishes and the turkey. First off, the ingredients
- Eggs – 12 eggs. Hardboil them and peel the shells out.
- Garlic – You’ll need just 1 small clove.
- Anchovy paste – A couple teaspoons would be good.
- Cheese – Parmesan cheese would do. Just grate a handful.
- Mayonnaise – This will bind your stuffing together. About 3-4 tablespoons is enough.
- Worcestershire sauce – All you need is a teaspoonful.
- Half a lemon – You’ll need all the juice.
- Black pepper – A teaspoon will do.
- Romaine leaves – A couple pieces is enough. Chop them finely.
- culinary Argan oil – A generous drizzle will give this dish a nutty kick and a healthy boost! The oil is loaded with unsaturated fatty acids and antioxidants like Vitamin E. Regular consumption of the oil is good for your heart, your immune system and your brain!
Now that you have all the ingredients for this tasty and easy to prepare appetizer, you’re all set to make the dish!
It’s time to get those hands working! You won’t be working that long as this appetizer is very easy and quick to prepare. Let’s get things started!
- Step 1 After boiling and peeling the shells off the egg, it’s time to cut them out. To make the eggs stand upright in your serving platter, just trim off the pointed part of the egg and then scoop out the yolk.
- Step 2 Gather all the yolks in a bowl and start mashing them with a fork. The next step is to start grating the garlic over the bowl and then toss in your anchovy paste.
- Step 3 Toss in the cheese, mayonnaise, Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, pepper and lastly half of the Romaine leaves you chopped finely. Keep mashing until you reach a smooth texture. Be sure to give it a taste and add needed seasoning.
- Step 4 Once done with the mashing and you’re happy with the taste of the stuffing, add a drizzle of Argan oil for that extra nutty kick!
- Step 5 It’s time to fill the egg whites with the Caesar stuffing you just made. For your finishing touch, use the remaining half of the Romaine leaves for your garnish!
This Thanksgiving appetizer is so easy to prepare. The best thing is your guests will surely love biting into these babies!
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