Spanish omelette or potato tortilla
Spanish potato tortilla
It is believed that the first mention of the Spanish tortilla dates back to 1817. According to legend, a poor resident of Navarre made a Spanish General potato omelet from all the products that could be found in the house. The assortment was poor — potatoes, onions and a few eggs, but the General liked the dish, and soon the simple recipe became very popular. Nowadays, the traditional tortilla can be enjoyed in any Spanish city – from Seville to Barcelona and La Coruna. World-renowned chef Ferran Adria offers a tortilla recipe from potato chips, and Skyscanner recommends trying the classic Spanish potato omelet at La Casa de las Tortillas and La Panela.
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Ingredients Olive oil 2 tbsp Ham 6 pieces Asparagus 12 stems Coarse sea salt ground black Pepper. 20 min 6 servings Cuisine: grilled asparagus with jamon in Spanish / depositphotos.com Read also: Children’s menu: soufflé of fish in the oven the Asparagus or asparagus is a medicinal plant, the upper part of which – the stems about 20 cm, edible and in Ukraine is considered a real delicacy. In Europe, for example, in France, asparagus dishes are quite common. Asparagus is a low-calorie product (20 kcal per 100 g), but it is very nutritious. It is rich in vitamins K, E, A, C, b, folic acid, selenium, copper, manganese, potassium, calcium, iron. Asparagus stems can be green, purple or white. Fresh asparagus has no smell, it is better to use young stems that are thinner. Prepare the asparagus and similar vegetables: boiled, stewed, fried in batter or slow cooker or steamer. Continue reading