This version of deviled eggs will delight you for its rich flavor that forms its mixture of protein and healthy fat. It is a vegan version for those who love vegetables, and animals, of course. In this version you will find that the egg, which is the star in the original recipe, is supplanted by an equally protein and tasty food such as chickpea. In fact, it contains more protein, and you are sure to love that. Do you want to know how this exotic version is prepared? Be sure to read the following instructions.
Healthy vegan version of deviled eggs
· 1 1/2 cups cooked chickpeas
· 1 teaspoon yellow mustard
· tablespoons nutritional yeast
· 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt
· 1 avocado
· Paprika for sprinkling (sweet paprika)
Chickpea is rich in protein, starch and lipids (more than other legumes), especially oleic and linoleic acid, which are unsaturated and lacking in cholesterol. In the same way, the chickpea is a good contribution of fiber and calories.
Although it is true that the proteins it provides are inferior to other legumes, such as soybeans, lentils or beans, but superior to meat and eggs, in the case of complete proteins.
Caution should be exercised in its consumption for those who suffer from flatulence, colitis and intestinal problems.
Avocado provides a considerable amount of fat; the remarkable thing is that these fats are healthy fats and a good source of energy.
One of the properties of avocado is its high content of monounsaturated fats, which favor carbohydrate metabolism, healthy blood pressure and prevent many diseases.
Place the chickpeas, mustard, nutritional yeast, and sea salt in a food processor and process until creamy and smooth.
Place in the refrigerator and chill for at least 30 minutes.
There are two ways you can do it. You can slice the avocado, remove the pit and fill with a tablespoon of the chickpea mixture directly into the avocado halves.
Alternatively, you can cut the avocado in half, scoop out the pit, and then dice. Place the avocado chunks on a plate and place the chickpea mixture on top of each one.
Whichever way you do it, be sure to sprinkle on paprika / paprika before serving.
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