Rellenos y salsas para el pavo de Navidad
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Rellenos y salsas para el pavo de Navidad

Por Kiwilimón - Noviembre 2011
El pavo de Navidad tiene muchas formas de cocinarse y uno de los ingredientes importantes es el relleno y la salsa que se le pone. Hay muchas combinaciones para rellenar y bañarlo en salsa o para acompañar tu pavo, y aquí te dejamos varias recetas que sabemos te encantarán.
  • Relleno de Castañas para Pavo. Un delicioso relleno a base de castañas y pan para su Pavo Navideño.
  • Relleno para Pavo con Manzana. Un rico relleno de pan, manzana, poro y castaña para acompañar un rico pavo.
  • Relleno de Pavo Rústico. Este rico relleno de pavo hecho con pan rústico está acompañado de arándano, piñones, tomillo, ajo, y acelgas.
  • Puré de Manzana. Un puré de manzana ideal para comer con un pavo navideño o pernil de cerdo.
  • Salsa para el Pavo. Una deliciosa salsa a base de vino y especies que se puede realizar con los jugos de su pavo navideno.
  • Puré de Papas con Cebollas Caramelizadas. Un cremoso pure de papas decorado con cebollas caramelizadas. Un excelente acompañante para una carne o un pavo.
  • Salsa de Cilantro. La salsa de cilantro es una salsa a base de hierbas que combina perfectamente con carnes rojas, pavos y salmón.
  • Puré de Manzana para el Pavo. No hay nada mas rico que comer un jugoso pavo navideño junto con un puré de manzanas casero. Esta receta de puré de manzanas es rápida y deliciosa.
  • Salsa de Arándanos. Esta salsa de arándanos dulce es un gran acompañamiento para el pavo de navidad. Se prepara con 2 días de anticipación para dejar que los sabores se desarrollen.
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