Corn nuts and cheese croquettes

Corn nuts and cheese croquettes
Today we bring you the perfect appetizer: about kikos and cheese croquettes, a delicious recipe, simple and very easy to make.
  1. 175 g Mahon semi-cured cheese (You can use that to display)
  2. 350 ml milk
  3. 25 g butter
  4. 65 g flour
  5. 1 large egg
  6. 100 kikos g
  1. Removes the crust cheese and begins shredding with a coarse grater.
  2. Heat the milk in the microwave for 1 minute.
  3. Put the butter in a saucepan and heat over medium heat. When it is hot add flour and removes well with a wooden spoon so you toast a little, but not too much.
  4. Gradually add the milk and stir with a whisk until a fine dough and smooth. If leave lumps, out of the fire, Whisk with a hand blender and puts back in carefully removing fire that will not stick and add a bit of salt.
  5. Remove from fire and add the grated cheese. Removes well so that mixing with the dough and left to cool so that it acquires consistency. While more time you have in the fridge, best.
  6. Chop the kikos with Chopper to leave it very fine.
  7. Make balls and covered first by beaten egg and then the mashed kikos.
  8. FRY in hot oil carefully of that not too browned and view by placing them on absorbent paper to remove excess oil.
Nutritional information
  1. Semi-cured cheese is a food especially recommended for muscular development. It has a high amount of calcium, so it is very good for bones. In addition, the abundance of iodine that can be found in the, is beneficial for our metabolism, regulating our energy level and the proper functioning of cells, regulates our cholesterol, It helps process the carbohydrates and fortress hair, skin and nails. Its high content in zinc helps our bodies insulin storage and assimilation, Besides being beneficial to the immune system and wound healing.
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