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Cooked croquettes with thermomix

I wanted to show you a new version of Cooked croquettes.

How do you make them at home? In Thermorecetas we have a published recipe. Today I propose this other one with the odd difference: I substitute butter for oilPart of the liquid I use is stew broth and, why not, I add the occasional chickpea.

It took a little while to make the dough. What will take us the longest is give shape. In this case, they are balls, do you dare to try these delicious cooked croquettes?

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  1.   Myriam said

    Yummy, thanks for the Ascen recipe.

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Thanks to you 😉 I'm glad you liked them.
      A kiss!

      1.    Pe said

        The dough for the croquettes is very good, the only thing I think is that the step where you put the flour with 2 minutes I think is not enough ... the croquettes tasted like raw flour ... next time I will try increasing the time in step 3.

        1.    Ascen Jimenez said

          Thanks for your comment. Yes, a little longer will avoid that taste. Also make sure that the flour doesn't get on the blades.
          A hug!

  2.   paco said

    The amounts are not right. It's too much milk or too much broth. The bechamel does not bind. You can put recipes without having tried them before. Dedicate yourself to something else, mona

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Dear Paco,
      This recipe is more than proven. But don't be discouraged and keep practicing.
      A greeting!

  3.   Maximum said

    I made them with water instead of broth, and of course they didn't come out very tasty. Any advice?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      For next time use broth, without hesitation. And to replace it with something ... always better with milk 😉
      A hug!

  4.   Rachel said

    I have loved it, they have left me rich. I didn't have enough and I compensated it with bacon, the only thing that when I fry them, some of them open up and remain hollow ... I always spend not only with your recipe, why does that happen?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Rachel,
      How nice that you liked them :) About frying… they usually open when the oil is not too hot. Next time, try frying them with plenty of oil, making sure that it is very hot (that when you put the first croquette, a lot of bubbles will appear around it). And take a few in each batch so that the temperature does not drop. Let's see if they look perfect on you 😉
      Thanks for following us!
      A hug

  5.   Mada said

    I just made the dough and it looks very good as well as very thick that they are great to roll it up.I will tell you how it tastes when I try it, I keep your recipe because I was looking for a recipe without butter and it seemed great to me, thank you

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Hi Mada,
      How were the croquettes? Did you like them?
      A hug!

  6.   Susana said

    Delicious, the best

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Thanks, Susana !! 🙂
      Kisses!

  7.   Isa said

    I made them only with milk, without broth. Perfect I keep the recipe. Thanks!

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      Thanks to you, Isa. A hug!

  8.   onajuny said

    Hi there! They have a pint. Today I have tried the recipe and I am giving it with cornstarch to thicken it ??. I have made it as is, what could have gone wrong?

    1.    Ascen Jimenez said

      You may have to see the temperature of the milk ... maybe it was too cold and they needed more time to cook. In any case, once the dough cools, it becomes thicker.
      A hug!