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September 23rd, 2019

Meatless Monday, Spanish Tortilla, Tortilla Espanola, Recipe, Easy, Southern Delaware, Delaware Beaches

It was early in the morning in the Island of Culebra and I was coming back to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. The beautiful sunrise on this island is breathtaking and so is the sunset. We did have an advantage view.

It was over a week of swimming, cooking, and eating. A few spirits too. This recipe that I will share with you is of the Spanish Tortilla. In Spain every time you visit a tasca you will find the tortilla in their tapas menu. In different regions the Spanish Tortilla is prepared in different ways. Some tortillas have onions and potatoes only. Some are more dry than others. Either way it is a simple dish, one that works in all cases. Breakfast, lunch, dinner or appetizers.

You probably have the ingredients in your refrigerator.

This recipe was given to me without anything written.

Pre-heat oven at 350 degrees.

Peel 2 large potatoes and cut in small chunks.

1 medium onion, chopped.

In a small oven proof skillet put a little bit of olive oil and sautee the potatoes and onions until just soft, seasoning to your taste. Then, beat 4 to 5 eggs which you have added a bit of salt. Pour over the potatoes and onions and cook over low to medium heat until the borders are done.

Put skillet in the oven for 20 minutes.

Invert on a platter and this is how it should look.

To this Spanish Tortilla we added crumbled chorizo sausage. Not a lot just a bit. You don’t want to overtake the tortilla.

Enjoy. Meatless Monday is a global organization trying to inform people that eating healthy is the way to go even if it is just on Mondays.

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