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I just finished my semester, and I am finally back home visiting my family for Christmas holidays. A big part of my routine in college is meal prepping. And if you’ve been meal prepping for awhile, you would know that at some point you find yourself developing a list of recipes that are tasty yet quick to make. Spanish tortilla is a dish I frequently make and that’s very convenient to store and consume on several days. I thought, in this post, I would share with you the recipe. The quantities in this recipe is to make tortilla for one person. Therefore, you can adjust it the way you want depending on your serving.
If you are ready, let’s get started 😋
You will need:
- 3 Potatoes
- 1/2 to 1 Red or/ and Green Pepper
- 1 Onion
- 4 Eggs
- Olive Oil
- Salt & Pepper
1- Cut your potatoes into cubes and fry them.
2- In another pan, put about 3 Tbs of olive oil, that you will warm on a low heat. Then, cook your onion, peppers (green, red for some color). You can also add zucchini. Cover the pan simultaneously so that the vegetables cook evenly. At this point, you can add some salt and pepper. Feel free to put any kind of spices you prefer. I like to add paprika powder for some flavor.
3- Now that all your veggies are cooked, you are going to mix them with the eggs. In a bowl, put your veggies and add about 4 eggs and mix everything.
4- Just like how you would make an omelette, add some olive oil in a pan (use the pan that you used to cook the veggies, save yourself dishes, your welcome 😉). When the oil is warm enough, poor you mixture and let it cook on a medium heat. You will have to be careful not to burn it, as it can quickly cook. When it is cooked, use a plate to flip it to the other side, which you will cook for about 2 minutes.
** I usually have it with some ketchup or mayonnaise. You can have it with any sauce you like.
** Store the remaining pieces in a container for the next days.
I hope you enjoyed this post.
Now it’s your turn: If you try this recipe, share your thoughts; I would love to hear from you.