Eggs stuffed with spider crab
- 8 boiled eggs
- 150 g of spider crab
- 150 g of mayonnaise
- 80 ml of whole milk
- 4 cherry tomatoes
- 1/2 of a green pepper
- 1/2 of a yellow pepper
- Pimento stuffed olives
1. Once the eggs are boiled and the crab is prepared, cut the eggs in half and separate the egg yolks to mix with the crab, and fill the eggs with the mixture.
2. Mix mayonnaise with the milk, in a blender or with a whisk.
3. Place the stuffed eggs on a platter, topping them with the mayonnaise and garnish with cherry tomatoes cut in half, the peppers sliced into rings and the olives.
4. Chill and serve.
We offer you the Large Red Egg Pack (marketed by Oblanca) and Topgel Frozen Crab Meat
Nutrition & well-being
Nutritional Properties and Health Benefits
Egg are rich in vitamins and minerals, especially the egg white which contains nutrients of high biological value.
- Eggs contain important vitamins, especially vitamins A, E and B complex.
- They provide essential minerals such as iron, zinc, iodine and selenium, as well as folic acid and choline.
- Because they are rich in proteins, eating egg whites is ideal for breakfast or after exercising.
- It is important to eat eggs during the growth stage, because it contributes to muscle development and bone mineralization.
- Eating eggs is essential for women who are pregnant and nursing women, not only for their folic acid content, but also due to their high choline content, which benefits the development of the nervous system of the fetus and prevents problems at birth (one egg provides 125 mg of choline, and the requirement of this nutrient in pregnant women is 440 mg/day, and in nursing women, it is 540mg/day).