Swede Tortilla

Using butternut squash instead of potato worked for me before, so this time, I tried it with swede.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 4 Prep: 20 min Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Swede (medium) 1/2
Onion (medium) 1/4
Eggs 3
Salt 2 pinches
Olive oil 7-10 tbsp

Method

1
This is the onion and swede.
2
Slice the swede 3-4mm thick. Chop the onion into half then slice 5mm thick.
3
Put all the olive oil into a frying pan on medium heat. Add Step 2 and fry (or simmer). Add one pinch of salt.
4
It will take 15 minutes to cook well. If the vegetables crush easily with a spoon, it's done, so mash it all in the frying pan.
5
In a bowl, crack the 3 eggs and add the other pinch of salt. Beat lightly. Drain Step 4 as much as possible, then add this when handhot to mix well with the eggs.
6
Use a 20cm diameter frying pan and add a touch of oil. When it's very hot, pour in Step 5 and keep mixing until it begins to set firmly.
7
Turn the heat down to medium and cook for 3 minutes. Place a flat plate on top and turn the frying pan over. Slide the tortilla back into the frying pan to cook the other side.
8
Cook for 2 minutes and transfer to a serving dish. Slice to your preferred size wedges and serve.

Tips & Note

●Swede has quite tough fibres, so you need to cook it for a long time on a medium heat but try not to burn it.
●Drain as much oil as you can at Step 5, otherwise the tortilla will be too oily.

Swede Tortilla

Using butternut squash instead of potato worked for me before, so this time, I tried it with swede.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 4

Prep: 20 min

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Swede (medium) 1/2
Onion (medium) 1/4
Eggs 3
Salt 2 pinches
Olive oil 7-10 tbsp

Swede Tortilla

Recipe ID :1148 Posted on 17 SEP 2015

Serves 4

Prep 20min
Cook 10min
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Using butternut squash instead of potato worked for me before, so this time, I tried it with swede.

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Ingredients

Method

Prep
20min
Cook
10min
1
This is the onion and swede.
2
Slice the swede 3-4mm thick. Chop the onion into half then slice 5mm thick.
3
Put all the olive oil into a frying pan on medium heat. Add Step 2 and fry (or simmer). Add one pinch of salt.
4
It will take 15 minutes to cook well. If the vegetables crush easily with a spoon, it's done, so mash it all in the frying pan.
5
In a bowl, crack the 3 eggs and add the other pinch of salt. Beat lightly. Drain Step 4 as much as possible, then add this when handhot to mix well with the eggs.
6
Use a 20cm diameter frying pan and add a touch of oil. When it's very hot, pour in Step 5 and keep mixing until it begins to set firmly.
7
Turn the heat down to medium and cook for 3 minutes. Place a flat plate on top and turn the frying pan over. Slide the tortilla back into the frying pan to cook the other side.
8
Cook for 2 minutes and transfer to a serving dish. Slice to your preferred size wedges and serve.

Tips & Note

●Swede has quite tough fibres, so you need to cook it for a long time on a medium heat but try not to burn it.
●Drain as much oil as you can at Step 5, otherwise the tortilla will be too oily.

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