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How to make shrimp omelette

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DIFICULTAD:

Media

TIEMPO:

25

PLATOS:

2

TIPO DE PLATO:

Entrante

ingredientes:

Wheat flour

Chickpea flour

Onion

Spring onion

Shrimp

Salt

Baking paper

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MANOS A LA OBRA:

  1. With 40% chickpea flour and 60% wheat flour add water to create the dough.
  2. Use the dough to draw a circle (on parchment paper) as big as you want the shrimp omelette to be.
  3. Add the shrimp, onion, and chives, if desired. All supplemental ingredients should be cut very thin so they don't stand out.
  4. Put the baking paper with the mixture in very hot oil for about 2 minutes. You will know the exact moment to remove the shrimp omelette and that is when you see it golden brown.
  5. When you remove the tortilla, give it the final touch by adding a little parsley.

     

    And now you can enjoy one of the most iconic tapas on the southern coast of Spain.

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ESTA RECETA ESTÁ ELABORADA CON:

Cádiz has been the birthplace of many icons of our culture. In gastronomic matters, the province of Cadiz has created two famous Spanish recipes: the French omelette and the shrimp omelette.

Shrimp omelette

The shrimp omelette arises from two main ingredients that define Cádiz so much. On the one hand, the tortilla that calmed the hunger of the people of Cadiz in times of war and misery. On the other hand we have shrimp. Shrimp from Cádiz are not like those from other areas, more similar to prawns. We are talking about shrimp of no more than 1 or 2 cm.

With these two ingredients, a gastronomic gem is created that is served as an indigenous tapa from southern Spain.

In some houses they serve it softer, with more mass. However, purist canons dictate that it should be served as thinly as possible.

Source: Escuela de Español en Granada IMSOL

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