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Tenerife Banana Omelet

Tenerife Banana Omelet created by brokenburner

A tropical rendition of the classic Spanish omelet. In Spain, this is called "tortilla de platano,"- the Spanish word 'tortilla' refers to an egg dish rather than a flat bread like the Mexican tortilla. Recipe can easily be doubled and cooked in a large skillet.

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directions

  • Beat eggs, salt and sugar.
  • Thinly slice banana; carefully mix with eggs.
  • Heat oil in small nonstick skillet.
  • Pour in egg mixture; reduce heat.
  • Cook until bottom of tortilla has browned.
  • Invert a dinner plate over skillet and turn tortilla onto the plate.
  • Slide tortilla off plate back into skillet (cooked, brown side will be up).
  • Continue cooking until bottom is brown.
  • Slide out of skillet onto serving plate.
  • DO NOT FOLD. :).
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"A tropical rendition of the classic Spanish omelet. In Spain, this is called "tortilla de platano,"- the Spanish word 'tortilla' refers to an egg dish rather than a flat bread like the Mexican tortilla. Recipe can easily be doubled and cooked in a large skillet."
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  1. Mitchell D.
    It is not terrible. Although it does taste weird, It gave me something different for breakfast. I would only recommend it to a friend as a joke however. But none the less, not bad.
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  2. UmmBinat
    Different but not that bad. In a weird way it is good after getting used to it. DD (4 years) and I ate this with rice crackers.
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  3. Beebz27
    This was a little weird, but a good kind of weird. I used Lemon Olive oil which complimented the bananas very nicely. I also spread seedless raspberry jam on top of the finished product.
    Reply
  4. kolleen1021
    This one might not be for everyone, but if you like the savory/sweet combo, this is a very healthy and unique meal. Give it a shot!
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  5. brokenburner
    Tenerife Banana Omelet Created by brokenburner
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