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Jul 03, 2011

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Kalyn

This would have to have amazing flavor with those ingredients!

maria. wagner

Endlich kommt wieder ein Rezept von dir; meine Freundinnen fragten schon danach.
Super, werd ich ausprobieren.
bussi mama

artdecoring

good to see you posting again!

Kit

Then there is the Italian frittata to add to the omelette confusion, also a thick panful cut into wodges.

My mother taught me to cook French omelettes quite young. It was her no-fuss supper dish, usually with mushrooms or ham. SHe had a speciual omelette pan, that was never to be washed only wiped out between uses.

I like the sound of your fillings too - nice combining chorizo with rocket.

Scott at RealEpicurean

The humble omelette...but delicious!

Vanessa Kimbell

I made this for my husbands supper tonight - it was delicious !

ecobabe

Oh how I love Manchego cheese, I bought a slab the other day, it was $80 AUD a kilo, (which is approx $80 USD) Wish I could afford to buy it more often. Omelette sounds delicious.

Ashley DeMazza

My name is Ashley DeMazza. I live with the rest of the DeMazza family in Falls Village CT. This dish looks and sounds absolutely amazing! I know the DeMazza family would be the happiest on earth if I served this...thank you for sharing!

Jeanne @ CookSister!

Oh this has my name written all over it... All my favourite flavours i one dish! What a pity I no longer live close enough to come round for breakfast :((

johanna


Ill cook breakfast when I come in September, if you take care of the mimosas!

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Adria

Hi Johanna, I´m spanish and I will try to help you you as much as possible. In spain tortilla it´s diferent from mexican tortillas.
Spanish tortilla always are make with beating the eggs, you can preheat a pan with a spoon of olive oil and you put the beated eggs.
There are mani types depending the rest of ingredientes:
Tortilla Francesa: Made only with beated eggs as I mention.
Spanish Tortilla: Tortilla Española: cut potatoes in slim slices, fried on a pan with lot of oil, with low heat. when the potatoes are soft you can mix with the beated eggs and the put in the pan with a little bit of olive oil!.
And you can include lots of ingrdientes, onion, green pepper, chorizo, jam, cheese, crab, an many many other.....
Hope this shall be usefull!

StillTraveller

oooh you just gave me the inspiration i need for tomorrow's breakfast date!

Su

I cooked it and I loved it. Keep on posting delicious recipes like this

Online Foods Menus

This version of Omlette is really interesting. Cheers !!

Ana Fernández

This omelette is amazing, my mom usually cooks it, she uses asturian cheese though, from northern Spain, just have a look at this website, I´m sure you´ll find it really interesting, specially cheese lovers.
Kind regards
Ana
http://www.asturiascheese.com/spanish-cheese/leyrosa-ahumado-con-brezo-2

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