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For children to be encouraged to try vegetables and fish, which are not usually liked, it is important to present them in an original way. With this recipe for children of tomatoes stuffed with prawns and mayonnaise you will have a great starter.
The mayonnaise sauce and the original way of placing the ingredients will help your children dare with this healthy and complete recipe. It is an ideal plate for hot days or to take on a picnic.
- 4 tomatoes
- 8 prawns (or prawns)
- ½ onion
- 4 lettuce leaves
- 3 eggs
1. Put plenty of water in a saucepan to heat. When it starts to boil, add the prawns and cook them for a couple of minutes with a pinch of salt. Take them out and drain them.
2. To make the mayonnaise, put the eggs, a splash of vinegar, another of oil and a pinch of salt in a tall glass container. Beat everything without taking the mixer off the bottom, until it emulsifies and begins to mix.
3. Wash the tomatoes well, cut in half to make a 'sandwich'. Wash and chop the lettuce and onion.
4. Mix the onion with the mayonnaise, put a layer on the lower lid of the tomato. Place a prawn or two (depending on size) and the other part of the tomato. Present the tomatoes on a lettuce leaf and water it with a drizzle of oil.
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