Spanish omelette

Spanish omelette

Spanish omelette

And now for something completely different. Yusuke recently added a new European dish to his repertoire of staple meals: the Spanish omelette. He had had the dish in Japan, but I hadn’t never heard of it; I kept asking, “but what makes it ‘Spanish’?” But the intertubes informed me that tortilla espanola or tortilla de patata is a quintessential Spanish tapa. Yusuke first cooked the potatoes, then sautéed them with white onions and zucchini in our large wok-like pan. Then he poured in a mixture of several eggs and a bit of milk. He flipped it a couple times until the eggs were nicely browned. Yusuke added ketchup to his, while I opted to spice it up with Sriracha sauce.

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  1. […] we were visiting my parents, Yusuke whipped up this very lovely iteration of his Spanish omelette recipe (aka tortilla espanola or tortilla de patata). The veggies […]

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