Basque Omelette Recipe
Cooking Time: 15-20 minutes You will need for 4 servings:
2 green peppers 1 clove garlic
2 tablespoons oil 3 eggs
1 small onion salt and pepper
3 tomatoes slices buttered toast
1 Wash the peppers, remove the seeds and slice very thinly.
2 Heat the oil, add the peppers and the onion, chopped very finely and saut6 all together.
3 When nearly cooked, add tomatoes, peeled and sliced and garlic, crushed.
4 Continue cooking until the peppers become quite soft and mushy.
5 Add the beaten eggs and stir briskly until they are cooked.
6 Season carefully and serve on toast.
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