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Drowned Omelette

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Recipe for a rich breakfast easy and affordable, within reach of all pockets and the taste of most people. It is a very homemade recipe that I learned in my first job in restaurants in the breakfast schedule in the city of Santiago


5 portions
  • 10 eggs
  • 200 grams fresh cheese
  • 300 grams tomtato
  • 200 grams ham
  • oils
  • salt, to taste
  • ground cumin, to taste
  • ground peppers, to taste
  • 1/8 onions
  • 1/2 cloves garlic
  • 1 liter Water
  • 1 jalapeno pepper
  • 50 grams cracker


Put in a deep bowl to cook the tomato, onion, garlic and jalapeño pepper for 10 minutes after breaking the boil and wait for it to cool a bit.
Blend the cooked ingredients with the same water in which they were cooked together with the salty biscuit.
In a skillet heat a little oil and cook the sauce that we obtained when liquefying the cooked ingredients.
Season with salt, ground pepper and ground cumin to taste.
Boil for a couple more minutes and reserve.
In a deep dish beat a couple of eggs and add a pinch of salt.
Heat an extended pan, place a little oil and keep at medium temperature.
empty the scrambled eggs making an egg cake, when cooked underneath turn and place, cheese and ham in half and fold the other part giving life to our omelette.
Place in an extended dish.
Do the same with the other 8 eggs remaining placing 2 in 2, to form 5 portions.
Bathe with the tomato sauce until they are well covered and sprinkle some fresh cheese.


Accompany refried beans and chilaquiles.


Mushrooms or wide chili slices can be added inside the omelette.

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