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Spanish Omelet

Spanish Omelet recipe
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Our Spanish Omelet gets mucho flavor from smoked ham, VELVEETA, garlic and chopped fresh cilantro.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
12/29/2013
If you want to know the Spanish comments were that this is not an omelet from Spain and I concur. Never is done in an oven and it only has egg, potatoes and onions...if north of Spain add chorizo. Frittata goes in the oven and that is an Italian version.
posted:
12/24/2013
My friend made this recipe and it was rather bland and tasteless. When I altered it I gave my recipe a 5 star rating. I used cooked hash brown potatoes so it wouldn't be so lumpy and starchy, fried bacon and a few hot peppers. I also cooked it in an iron skillet which worked great for baking.
posted:
5/8/2013
I made this recipe only using cooked and drained chorizo instead of ham. We like the flavor of chorizo, eggs and potatoes. Several of the sites that need rateings have the Spanish version but also the English translation. I would have appreciated that as I am sure many others would have.
posted:
12/11/2012
The recipe has nothing to do with Spanish omelet, which only has eggs, potatoes, onion, salt and is made in a frying pan with olive oil. Nevertheless, this recipe is OK but a bit dull.
posted:
6/14/2011
Sure wish I knew spanish so that I could read these reviews and see if anyone made any changes! Sounds great though and looks good from ratings! Not a fair rating since I havent made it!
posted:
6/26/2008
Sabe riquisimo, y yo lo hise en un molde de cristal (para hornear), con arroz blanco. Esquisito!!
posted:
5/17/2008
Yo soy Española y esta receta no tiene nada que ver con la tortilla Española,yo lleva nada de leche,ni queso,ni casi nada de los ingredientes que dicen,solo lleva patatas,cebolla y huevo,nada mas y no se usa el horno para nada.POR FAVOR cambienla de nombre.
posted:
5/17/2008
Exquisita,excelente, mejor aùn si es al horno, ya que es màs sana,las frituras no son buenas, da lo mismo si en España la hacen frita,lo importante es que igual es rica y saludable.
posted:
5/4/2008
posted:
5/1/2008
Es un plato facil y nutritivo, incluso apetitoso, pero no tiene nada que ver con la tortilla española. Ademas del uso del horno, que no procede, lleva demasiados ingredientes y al final no se si esto es una tortilla o un pastel de alimentos variados
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