Spanish Tortilla with Zucchini

Tortilla /tɔːˈtiːjə/ (English: omelette; origin: Spanish, diminutive of torta ‘cake’) Zucchini /zʊˈkiːni/ (Spanish: calabacín; UK: courgette; origin: Italian: zucchine, plural of zucchina, diminutive of zucca ‘gourd’) You walk into a diner in the US of A. You peel open a laminated menu, settle on an omelette and have countless options as to what goes in: cheeses, meats, veggies, hold the yolks, you got it. The American omelette’s cousin is the tortilla español, which generally consists of egg, potato and onion, plain and simple, but other ingredients sometimes find their way in – either sandwiched between two tortilla halves (picture a … Continue reading Spanish Tortilla with Zucchini