Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins
Found this recipe on the internet. It had ingredients that I like and was stated to be a typical spanish omelette. Update: This is just the basic start, use this and then add seasonings, vegetables and meats and/or cheeses to suit your taste. After cooking it you might want to add ketchup, salsa or hot pepper sauce, be creative!!!!
- Peel potatoes.
- Cut potatoes and onion into small cubes.
- Add salt (to taste) to potatoes and fry them until they are lightly crunchy. in olive oil.
- About the last 5 mins of cooking add the onion to the potatoes. When tender, transfer potatoes and onion to papertowels to drain.
- Beat the eggs with a pinch of salt.
- Lightly coat frying pan with olive oil. Add the eggs, potatoes and onions and cook over low heat, flipping omelette once to cook other side.
- Cooking is a creative process, and this recipe lends itself to your creativity! Add spices, herbs, meats, veggies and cheese to your taste. This is just the base to a Spanish omelette!
I would recommend that you do include more flavors in this dish when you make it. It is good, but it just needed more flavor.
Scaled back for 1 serve and thoroughly enjoyed this very fillinbreakfast, I did take up the option of adding other ingredients and added some diced smoky ham and served with toasted wholemeal/wholegrain bread, thank you diner524, made for ZAAR Stars tag game.
This was very good. I made the basic version and I thought it had plenty of flavor. I thought about putting cheese on it, but somehow the potatoes made it seem creamy and it didn't need cheese. Next time I might add some fresh herbs like chives or parsley, but it is great as it is.