An omelette without potatoes, with a lot of Chayota flavor
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La chayota, chayote or tayota, is a delicious vegetable full of vitamins and minerals, which adds a lot to your health; subtracting calories from your diet.
If you are doing a keto challenge, are you a vegetarian or you just like to keep the numbers in check on your waistline. This recipe is an excellent alternative to the traditional one Spanish potato omlette, very easy to prepare and with a lot of flavor.
2 or 3 chayotes (if they are large only 2)
Cook the chayotes until you can pierce them with a fork and they have the
consistency of a boiled potato.
Let them cool a bit. Break it into two pieces and put them to dry on absorbent paper. It is important that they lose as much moisture as possible. Then cut into chunks just like potatoes.
Cut the onion finely. Beat the eggs and add the salt and a touch of cumin.
Put the pan to heat with a splash of olive oil and when it is hot, fry the onion over low heat, add the chayotes, peppers in strips and sliced chorizo.
Sauté everything a little so that it takes on the flavors and takes temperature.
Drain the contents of the skillet.
Let stand for a while and cool a little. Pour the beaten eggs over the chayotes and in the same pan add a teaspoon of oil and when it is hot prepare the omelette on both sides.
PREPARATION TIME: 45 MIN
Fat 5 g
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