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False Mussels from Prunes Recipe
Stuffed prunes with garlic-cheese filling - a very spicy snack! The sweetness of dried fruit is perfectly combined with cheese and a sharp note of garlic. The name is derived from the external similarity with mussels. It is prepared simply and quickly enough.
Instructions
  1. Rinse the prunes well. Dry prunes soak in hot water for 10 minutes.
    Rinse the prunes well. Dry prunes soak in hot water for 10 minutes.
  2. Cut in half lengthwise. If prunes are pitted, remove it.
    Cut in half lengthwise. If prunes are pitted, remove it.
  3. Nuts lightly fry in a pan.
    Nuts lightly fry in a pan.
  4. Boil the eggs hard-boiled. We'll only need the yolks. Eggs if possible, take the village, they had bright yellow yolks.
    Boil the eggs hard-boiled. We'll only need the yolks. Eggs if possible, take the village, they had bright yellow yolks.
  5. For grinding, I used a combine. Using the nozzle-grater crushed first yolks.
    For grinding, I used a combine. Using the nozzle-grater crushed first yolks.
  6. Then added the nuts and crushed them, too.
    Then added the nuts and crushed them, too.
  7. Add the grated cheese.
    Add the grated cheese.
  8. Then mayonnaise and all mix.
    Then mayonnaise and all mix.
  9. Stuff the prunes with the resulting mass.
    Stuff the prunes with the resulting mass.
  10. Place on a platter and serve. Bon appetit!
    Place on a platter and serve. Bon appetit!

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