The queen of omelettes

🇬🇧 I am yet to come across a Spanish person that doesn’t have the spanish omelette as one of their favourite dishes.

Everyone I know has a different way to go about cooking, being just with potato or with onion, adding extra ingredients like peppers or chorizo. The choices are endless.

Some people cut the potato in cubes, some fine slices. I am a cube girl myself!

🇪🇸 Todavía no conozco a nadie español que no tenga la tortilla de patata como uno de sus platos favoritos.

Todo el mundo que conozco tiene una forma diferente de prepararla, sea solo con patata o con cebolla, añadiendo más ingredients, como pimiento o chorizo. La lista es interminable.

Hay gente que corta la patata en cubos, otros en finals rodajas. Yo soy más de cubos!

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🇬🇧Potato and onion 🇪🇸Patata y cebolla

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🇬🇧With chorizo 🇪🇸Con chorizo

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🇬🇧With green pepper. 🇪🇸Con pimiento verde

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🇬🇧A little bit more adventurous, potato with aubergine and truffle oil
🇪🇸Un poco más atrevida, de patata con berenjena y aceite de trufa

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🇬🇧And one of my favourite ways to eat a slice of spanish omelette, with some hot spicy peppers on the side
🇪🇸Y una de mis formas favoritas de comerme un pincho de tortilla, con unas, muy picantes alegrias riojanas

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