Spanish Omelette is a starter that's served traditionally for breakfast alongside bread and salads. If you walk into any restaurant in Barcelona, you'll find it in the spotlight of the menu. Other recipes like the gazpacho and tortillas have variants but the Spanish omelette is truly an exception. Throughout the region of Spain, the recipe remains classic and unchanged. The Incas were the first to ... discover potatoes and the Spaniards adapted it into their omelette recipe. Typical English breakfast these modern days is pancakes drizzled with maple syrup and a side of this omelette. There are many conspiracy theories about the historical records of this dish. Some say it originated during the 19th century while others tell it was introduced sometime around the 16th century in Europe and different parts of Latin America. if you're in love with the dish and always wanted to learn how to prepare Spanish Omelette restaurant-style, we've got you covered. Just follow along with our Spanish Omelette video and get ready for a fun time in the kitchen. For the dressing or sauces, you can use barbecue sauce or full-fat mayonnaise.
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