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Hi Luuuxies. It had been a while since I had made some of these. I have a local Mexican Supermarket, called "Marketon". Which pretty much stands for big market. They have such an awesome selection of foods there. Very rare to find vegetables too, I must say.
I came across these and remembered that my father would always make these for me. They are either pumpking or squash flowers. I think that most likely it`s squash flowers. But the only reason I don`t know is because in Spanish they just call them "flor de calabaza" meaning "flower of pumpkin", but "calabaza" is used for both pumpkin and squash. lol. So wouldn`t know which one.
Well anyways, these are so simple to make. Rinse them real good, get rid of that stem looking thing in the center, stuff them with quezo fresco, beat egg whites (when fluffy beat in the yolks), rub the stuffed flowers on to flour, then put them in the egg.
Then simply put them in to some hot oil until the egg is cooked. So healthy and light (regardless if cooked in oil). Really good. You guys should try these out.
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