Saturday, August 29, 2015

Scrambled Eggs

There are hundreds recipes of scrambled eggs. I prefer this one, because this is the one that my kids love it. What else could it be in it? Potatoes, of course! The potato omelette is a Spanish recipe.

So, you have to boil (or steam, or cook in the oven) one medium potato. Cut it small pieces like in the picture below. Chop also a good quality ham and one small red onion.  

Put all of them in a frying pan with a table spoon of lard or duck fat, and keep on fire for a minute. Beat some organic eggs in a bowl. I usually put 2 eggs for an adult person, and 1 egg for a child. 

Add the scrambled eggs over the mixture in the frying pan and stir with a wood spoon. I don't add salt, because the ham is usually salted.

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