Recipe: Tortilla de patatas with rosemary

Omelettes and egg recipes with herbs
June 11, 2009

Tortilla de patatas with rosemaryThe original spanish Tortilla de patatas is prepared only with eggs and potatoes.

This is one of the thousand different versions that can be cooked: with onion and rosemary.

Tortilla de patatas with rosemary

Tortilla de patatas with rosemary

400g potatoes
1 onion
2 eggs
2 sprig of rosemary

Peel the potatoes and onion, then cut into thin slices. Fry in a nonstick pan with oil and salt.
Cover and cook over low heat 30 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Beat the eggs with salt and minced rosemary leaves.
Pour the egg mixture in the pan. Cook low heat 8 minutes, turn the tortilla upside down and cook 7 minutes.

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This goes to Evil Chef Mom who's hosting the next edition of Potato Ho Down.

Tags: Onion  Omelettes  Potatoes  Rosemary  Spain  Eggs  
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Looks delicious and because I know you re also interested in hosting Presto Pasta Nights and somehow my emails either haven t gotten through or your response hasn t gotten back to me...July 10, 31 & August 28th are still open.

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