The mimosa egg option is beautifully colored with hard boiled eggs with beets, the most beautiful effect would be to start Easter or full of joy.

Traditional mimosa egg variant

In fact, it’s not exactly mimosa eggs because the real traditional recipe is made with mayonnaise and not fresh cheese. Note that I used Saint Morêt here, but you can completely replace this ingredient with mayonnaise, or even fresh goat cheese.

Beets for color and taste

Very little cooked red beet is enough to give the dish a lot of flavor and give it a subtle flavor. Gives a bit of gastronomic side I think. But also a bit of beetroot for coloring and gives this original starter a very festive, totally pink girl’s side.

Infinite options for mimosa egg flavors and coloring

Mimosa eggs can be seen in all ways, it is up to you to change the pleasure by reducing the taste. Beets here, but why not imagine the difference between an egg yolk and a mixture of mayonnaise or cream cheese: avocado, marinated peppers, carrots cooked in cumin, lots of fresh watch or a bit of homemade pesto…

So here’s an excellent recipe idea for Easter or a simple and quick but delicious color starter. Mimosa for egg or egg mayo… or just for beet lovers.

Pink mimosa with eggs and beets

Beet mimosa eggs

The mimosa egg option is beautifully colored with hard boiled eggs with beets, the most beautiful effect would be to start Easter or full of joy.

Dish type: entrance

Food: French

Case: Easter

ებელიPreparation time: 10 Minutes

Preparation time: 10 Minutes

Cooling: 10 Minutes

Gifts: 4

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Instructions

Boil and cool the eggs

Prepare the stuffing and put it on

Enjoy your lunch!

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