Not only was the dish perfect, but the kid volunteered to cook it, so all I had to do was read her the instructions, eat my yummy dinner, and take a photo. How great is that?
I liked the little zip gained by using the pinch of cayenne, which once you’ve deleted the optional garlic and rosemary, which we did, is the only thing I don’t already put into my tortilla.
This felt almost like cheating, since I make this all the time, but it was cool to share it with the kid, who doesn’t usually like to cook very much. “Spanish tortilla”, as we call it, is a mom food for us both, and I treasure that.
By the way, this dish is among the cheapest dinners imaginable. Four large servings for, let’s see:
9 eggs = 90 cents
1 onion = 20 cents
1 lb. potatoes = 69 cents (if I’d used russets, it would’ve been even less)
1/4 cup olive oil = 50 cents or so
around 57 cents a serving, and delicious servings they were.
Want to see more people’s takes on this lovely dish? Head over to the Leave Your Link post. (At the time I posted this, the link wasn’t up yet, but if you click on the main FFwD site, you should see it at the top. I’ll edit this when the link is up. Also, you may want to check out my FFwD-related giveaway.