You can’t make an omelette without breaking some eggs, but you can break some eggs without making an omelette! Our Spanish scrambled eggs are inspired by this country’s exquisite cuisine. You will savour its distinctive, rich flavour and unique aroma, morning, day or night. Highlight your meal with this delicious recipe, and enjoy a little bit of Spain.
The omelette falls within the category of those preparations with endless variations. It is nutritious, appetizing and appreciated at all times. Enjoy a good omelette; enjoy this simple yet fancy pleasure.
Did you know?
Have you ever heard of the Bessières Giant Easter Omelette? It would seem that... Napoleon and his army crossed the South of the France and stopped for the night in a small village, close to Bessières in Haute-Garonne. Napoleon feasted on an omelet prepared by the innkeeper that was such a culinary delight that he ordered villagers to gather all the eggs in the village and to prepare a huge omelette to feed his men the next morning.
In a bowl, combine the cold water and the contents of the bag. Mix well. Pour into a nonstick pan, cover and cook on low-medium heat, without stirring for 2-3 minutes*. Turn omelette cover and cook for 1-2 minutes.
For scrambled Eggs : cook stirring/scrambling constantly until desired doneness.
* Cooking time may vary according to heat intensity and your preferred doneness.
Weight for 1 portion envelope : 70 g
Weight for 2 portions envelope : 140 g
Dried powdered eggs, skimmed milk powder, wheat flour,
Dehydrated vegetables (tomato, onion, green bell pepper), baking powder, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, dried parsley, spices.
Made in a factory where there are : nuts, peanuts, sesame, fish, sea food, soy, mustard.