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03 April 2009
Learn how to cook a tasty Huevos a la Flamenca

Regular chef, Selwyn Figueras, returns this week to teach us how to cook a very simple but very tasty Spanish dish, "Huevos a la Flamenca".  Follow Selwyn's excellent instructions and you'll absolutely fall in love with this dish!

 

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List of ingredients:

A couple of potatoes
An onion
1 or 2 Chorizos
A few slice of Serrano ham
Tomate Frito
Eggs
Pimiento Morron
Olive Oil



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23 Comments

Royston said:
03 April 2009 @ 18:26

looks great cant wait to taste it next week when were over,great show again just gets better


Deborah said:
03 April 2009 @ 21:10

Well done Selwyn and Justin. I really enjoyed the show, and look forward to having a go at this recipe really soon.


Anthony said:
03 April 2009 @ 23:08

Dissapointed there are only 2 comments..come on, you lot, they worked very hard to sweat over 2 rings to show some wonderful spanish cooking, even the camera work is getting better, i liked the last bit where he [the camreaman] was eating and the camera was working it's self...who needs anyone guiding it..very tasty..yum yum..


Steve said:
03 April 2009 @ 23:34

These are getting much better. Nice length of video and food looked great. Will get the wife to make it lol


Maureen said:
04 April 2009 @ 03:05

Selwyn, once again you are a star. just love your cooking, and boy does it look good.
Thanks Justin for another great video. Can't wait for Selwyns next show.

Maureen x


Maureen said:
04 April 2009 @ 09:36

Enjoyed the show, that looked really nice and will try and cook it for Dennis next week when we are out in Duquesa. Love the cooking shows, you make it look really easy. Well done Justin and Selwyn.


pam said:
04 April 2009 @ 11:09

Love the apron Selwyn. You're a natural in the kitchen.Will give this one a go, looks easy enough. Thanks for the show.


Tom and Kathy Roe said:
04 April 2009 @ 13:51

Nice show! Love the cooking and cannot wait to see how to make Paella.


lifeline said:
04 April 2009 @ 17:18

Sounds great! Will certainly try this! Thanks


Jaylou said:
04 April 2009 @ 17:27

Much better show this time without all the preparation. Food looked great too.


Selwyn Figueras said:
04 April 2009 @ 18:55

HI everyone, we really enjoyed doing this show. I'm in touch with friends from Valencia, the home of Paella, in search of an authentic recipe to cook for you guys. There's a fair few ingredients and quite a few things to do, but we'll try to keep it all to ten or so minutes.

Any suggestions you have of recipes you want to see on the show, feel free to email me on selwyn.figueras@gmail.com.

Also, I'm putting together a list of recipes I plan to do so you know what's coming. We're getting to grips with the whole filming of cooking thing and I hope we can bring something new and fresh every week. Keep in touch and keep cooking, its all about quality time with friends and family in the kitchen.

Until the next show, take care...

Selwyn


Alicja said:
05 April 2009 @ 04:14

Great show, easy to follow recipe for nice Spanish dish. I will try to cook it when I'm in La Manga at the end of the month. Did Justin got to eat the better part of it???? Well done Selwyn!!- looking forward to a next show!!
Best wishes to all of you at The Siesta Show from Niagara Falls, Canada


TechNoApe said:
06 April 2009 @ 09:43

Thanks for all your comments, I really enjoyed editing that show as I love to cook myself and Selwyn makes the difficult very easy. I know now why Justin didn't take me along as the camera man this time, as I would have scoffed the lot... as he did! ;-)


Selwyn Figueras said:
06 April 2009 @ 09:59

Alicja, Niagara Falls? Wow. Loved it when I went there on honeymoon in October... A bit frosty though...


Jeanie said:
07 April 2009 @ 06:52

Mmmmm,
Must try this one it looked really delicious, easy to cook too, i enjoyed cooking the tortilla best one I've made yet
Thank you.
Jeanie.


Bob said:
08 April 2009 @ 20:10

Great looking dish. Looks like Justin really enjoyed that. More please!


dr david ashby said:
10 April 2009 @ 23:30

hi justin whats wrong with your vidio site i cant watch anything


sue watson said:
11 April 2009 @ 22:42

Hi Justin - great cookery show

Is there a problem with the system as I cannot log onto any of the eye on spain videos even though we have broad band


Gina said:
12 April 2009 @ 13:59

Brilliant yet again.
I made the Spanish omelette, yum yum!
Now I will have a go at this one, looks fab.
Can't wait for the paella.
Keep up the hard work, much appreciated.


Justin said:
12 April 2009 @ 17:31

David/ sue, the player seems to be working ok. Maybe it was just a temporary glitch.

Justin


dr david ashby said:
13 April 2009 @ 00:48

hi justin
all ok seems it was a temp fault many thanks.
david


Anne said:
16 April 2009 @ 22:01

Wonderful. Bring on the Paella! Many thanks.


ray ogles said:
24 April 2009 @ 10:02

Hi Selwyn, this was much more watchable than the first cooking show, moved along nicely-and a great looking end result.We are going to try the recipe out this weekend. Looking forward to the paella show,we cheat when in Valencia by using packets of pre mixed paella seasoning by Carmencita. When we bring it back to u.k. and cook with it, despite following the instructions on the pack I can never seem to get the same results! I notice that in Valencia region paella cooking seems to be a "man" type thing--any reason for this ? All the best, Ray



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