First Dates | The origin of the potato omelette

You will never go to bed without knowing one more thing and this time, Ana Lucia and the viewers of ‘First Dates’ We’ve discovered where was the potato omelette invented. It is not 100% certain data, but the oldest writing that attests to the mixture of the potato with the beaten egg ensures that the great idea that has marked our gastronomy was an Extremaduran. Yes, the potato omelette comes from the La Serena area in Extremadura.

Ana and Ana Lucía have hit it off from the moment they met and they haven’t stopped talking for a single second. As the dishes went around the table, the girls got to know each other a little better and by the time they started talking about food, Ana Lucía had it clear that next June she was going to Extremadura with or without her date.

Ana and Ana Lucía in the ‘First Dates’ programcuatro.com

The thing has not started well because Ana has confessed to her date that she wanted to be vegan but that she couldn’t do it because cheese was her great gastronomic passion and she felt bad that Ana Lucía admitted that she didn’t like cheese too much “It has bothered me, my life is based on cheese, it is my fundamental protein “. However, by the time they have started talking about potato omelettes, the thing has changed radically.

Ana and Ana Lucía in the 'First Dates' program

Image of Ana and Ana Lucía in the ‘First Dates’ programcuatro.com

“It was invented in my town”, Ana has assured very proud. And it is that according to assures, the first writing of the s. XVIII that speaks of the potato omelette and lThe mixture of the egg and the potato ensures that it was made at the entrance to the Serena areaWhere is Ana’s town? Yes, the tortilla has Extremadura origin as far as is known “All of Spain has to thank the people of Extremadura … Until there is a previous document, the tortilla belongs to my people.” In fact, in his town each month of June there is a Tortilla Fair to which Ana Lucía is already looking forward to going.


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