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Yield
Serves 8-12
Time estimate
4h overall including 30m of preping.
Most Challenging
Frying the croquetas without breaking them
Croquetas are the perfect appetiser for your party. Easy to prepare in advance, and fry just before you serve them. Forming croquetas ain't easy, but you'll get better the more you practice.
Flour
90 g
Butter
90 g
Milk
1 litre
Small ham dices
150 g
Nutmeg
1 g
  1. 1
    Melt the butter over medium heat
  2. 2
    Add the flour and cook for about two minutes
  3. 3
    Add the milk in batches. Mix well using a whisk until fully incorporated
  4. 4
    Add both the ham dices and nutmeg. Mix well
  5. 5
    Transfer the bechamel to a tray, and let it cool for at least 3 hours. You need it to become reasonably solid
Flour
50 g
Breadcrumbs
100 g
Egg
2
Vegetable oil
500 ml
  1. 6
    Form the croquetas with the help of some flour. Making small balls of the size of a meatball is the easiest
  2. 7
    Coat them in egg and breadcrumbs
  3. 8
    Fry the croquetas in enough oil so that they are fully covered. Make sure the oil is as hot as possible
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