Whether it's a traditional tortilla as part of a tapas spread, or a quick and easy midweek supper, Spanish omelettes are a favourite. We have classic Spanish omelette recipes, as well as some tasty variations.
Unlike most omelettes, a Spanish tortilla is served at room temperature. It is the classic tapas dish, prepared all over Spain.
Great for parties, to enjoy on its own or to accompany any meal. Serve by itself as a breakfast option, or with a salad as a light lunch or supper.
This is recipe reminds me of my mum when I was a child. I still continue to cook the same for my children and grandchildren. Although I have changed the method slightly (times have changed!), the recipe is the same and the end result is equally tasty and authentic. The omelette can be served hot or cold with a green salad. Will keep for 3 - 4 days in fridge or, once cold, wrap in foil and can be frozen for 1 month. Enjoy!
Versatile and simple supper dish which is rich and hearty. Diced chorizo, onion and chilli baked with an egg mixture with oregano and garnished with olive oil fried bread wedges. Serve with a dollop of garlic mayonnaise and green salad.
Spanish tortilla is a typically Spanish dish consisting of a thick egg omelette made with potatoes and fried in olive oil.
This Spanish omelette is spicy and savoury with hot chorizo, Spanish olives and the traditional potato and onion.
For a healthy, fresh taste try a tempting potato tortilla. Full of flavour with mature Cheddar cheese, sweet red onion and a spicy sprinkling of chilli flakes, this potato tortilla is perfect for serving with a crunchy salad for a family supper, or why not enjoy cold and take a slice into work for lunch.
A tasty alternative to the traditional Spanish omelette, this is a quick and easy lunch for dinner for tired mums during the festive period.
Delicious and healthy Spanish omelette drizzled in extra virgin olive oil, and seasoned with red chilli and coriander.
Simply delicious, this Spanish omelette is embellished with green olives for an extra boost of flavour.