The one of the Eggs Stuffed With Tuna It is one of the easiest recipes that can be made and also one of the most classic. Who has not eaten them at their mother’s or grandmother’s house? Well, the truth is that despite its simplicity or precisely because of this it is difficult to find someone who does not like them.
I have made the most classic version, but you can vary these stuffed eggs adding a few pieces of shrimp, salmon, anchovies or whatever comes to mind. You can also choose whether or not to put the tomato sauce, but it seems to me that it gives it a very good touch.
Cook the eggs in boiling water for 10 minutes, after this time we remove them from the water and cool them with cold water. when they are cold we peel them and cut them in two lengthwise. We remove the yolks and reserve one to decorate. We put the rest of the yolks in a bowl and add the tuna, mayonnaise and chopped olives, reserving a few to decorate, mix well.
With the help of a spoon we are filling the egg whites halves, giving the filling a bulging shape, garnish with reserved olives. Cover the bottom of the serving dish with tomato sauce and place the eggs on top. We crumble the reserved yolk and garnish the dish with it.
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The eggs stuffed with tuna and mayonnaise They are a very inexpensive recipe, they are also quick to prepare and everyone likes them, including children. For all this, the same can be a snack food or dinner, you can also present them as an aperitif or starter at a party, also preparing other original and different fillings, such as eggs stuffed with surimi or prawns or the daring and tasty eggs stuffed with guacamole, a recipe that will undoubtedly surprise your guests.
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