Fake Spanish Omelette (Tortilla de Patatas Falsa)

Fake Spanish Omelette (Tortilla de Patatas Falsa)
 
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If you don't have that much time to prepare your meal, but you really want something nice, here there is a very simply recipe of a Spanish omelette.

Ingredients for two people:

2 little crisp packets (plain)
2 eggs
A bit of salt, it depends on how much salt you would like (because the crisps can be very salty!)
A tablespoon of olive oil

Preparation:

Whisk the eggs in a bowl. Add the crisps (and the salt) and wait about 5 minutes, leaving time to the crisps to 're-hydrate'.

Heat a little pan (maximum heat), add the oil and then the mix. With a wooden fork keep stirring for 30 seconds, lower the temperature to minimum. Now you either fold the tortilla (like a French omelette) or turn it upside down using a plate to help.

Feel free to add any other ingredients to the mix; eg.: tuna, cheese, ham...

For you English even chilies!

¡Qué aproveche!,

Irene

Fake Spanish Omelette (Tortilla de Patatas Falsa)

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If you don't have that much time to prepare your meal, but you really want something nice, here there is a very simply recipe of a Spanish omelette.

Ingredients for two people:

2 little crisp packets (plain)
2 eggs
A bit of salt, it depends on how much salt you would like (because the crisps can be very salty!)
A tablespoon of olive oil

Preparation:

Whisk the eggs in a bowl. Add the crisps (and the salt) and wait about 5 minutes, leaving time to the crisps to 're-hydrate'.

Heat a little pan (maximum heat), add the oil and then the mix. With a wooden fork keep stirring for 30 seconds, lower the temperature to minimum. Now you either fold the tortilla (like a French omelette) or turn it upside down using a plate to help.

Feel free to add any other ingredients to the mix; eg.: tuna, cheese, ham...

For you English even chilies!

¡Qué aproveche!,

Irene
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