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05 March 2009
Part 2 of our Spanish omelette cooking lesson

Today Selwyn continues cooking his perfect Spanish omelette and gets to the most complicated part of the process....flipping the omelette.  Does he manage to do it well or does half of it end up on the floor?



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15 Comments

Tony said:
05 March 2009 @ 15:33

Great show


Simo said:
05 March 2009 @ 15:54

That tortilla looked soooooooooooooo good. I could nearly taste it through the screen. Will give it a try this weekend. Thanks for a great show, just keep em short.


tina said:
05 March 2009 @ 17:13

I'm off to give it a go, I hope it turns out half as look as yours looked. Very good show, gracias


Kim Charles said:
05 March 2009 @ 17:17

Part 2 on cooking a spanish omelette was great.. it looked so yummy... keep up the good work... xxx ;o)


SteveandJane said:
05 March 2009 @ 19:16

Flippin great show,
(Sorry , had to be done)!


Heather Meston said:
06 March 2009 @ 08:38

Great show and tortilla turned out looking really yummy.
A Spanish friend showed me how to make these and before flipping she put hers under a low grill to cook the rest of the egg then only one flip is needed, making it a bit less risky. Beginners might want to try this. I used to teach cooking, to catering students in the UK, and this was one of the favourite dishes at the start of the course. It certainly teaches patience and dexterity.


Maureen said:
06 March 2009 @ 09:33

Wow! Selwyn, That looked great. Wish I were there to taste it.
Hope you are doing some more cookery lessons. Can't wait for the next one.
Thanks again.

Maureen x


Fiona said:
06 March 2009 @ 10:07

wow great show well done. I'm gonna give it a go for dinner today can't wait !


Selwyn said:
06 March 2009 @ 14:04

Hi again everyone. You'll be pleased to know that given the response we'll be doing some more cookery programmes in the next few weeks. How do Huevos a la Flamenca sound? Maybe that Roadt/Chargrilled Pepper tomato and onion salad? I'm sure Justin will keep you posted on when the next one's coming up... Have a great weekend everyone


Audrey said:
06 March 2009 @ 14:47

Excellent , I shall give the authentic tortilla a go the secret is loads of finely sliced potatoes and long slow sauteeding, it looks delicious, also the tuna with the salad is a nice touch instead of the usual tomato and onion salad.


Anthony said:
06 March 2009 @ 14:55

Think my show must be different than yours,he never flipped on mine ?


David said:
06 March 2009 @ 15:29

Hi Selwyn,
How about doing a paella?
Cheers
David


Jan said:
07 March 2009 @ 13:46

Great shows! Would love to see more cookery shows. Love them! And, like David, would really like to see you prepare Paella, Selwyn? How about it?


Anne said:
16 April 2009 @ 22:42

I watched this late one evening so it was too late to try it out, but thank you nevertheless. I'm hungry now so I'm off top bed to dream of eating Spanish omelettes. Can't wait to try this recipe out for myself. Loved the tip about how to flip successfully! Many thanks.


Lynda said:
21 April 2009 @ 11:05

I've tried the Spanish omelette from the supermarkets and tried to make my own - now I've been shown the 'proper' way to do it, I'll be making more - Thanks



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