Spanish Tortilla on new dinnerware
I made a Spanish Tortilla for breakfast this morning because we were out of bread (I forgot to make it last night), but this is a really easy recipe, and I don't know why I do not make it more often. In addition to potatoes and eggs, mine has onion, sweet chilies, jalapenos, extra sharp Cheddar, and Jarlsberg cheese. I use my 1980s Wagner cast iron skillet to make it, and this time I decided to turn the tortilla out onto a board instead of a plate, and this was a better idea. Then when I served it, I could turn it right side up again.
I served it on the new plates that I bought last week-end, which are rectangular and quite large, and so the serving looks small. While I like the look of the plates, they may take getting used to, and they will not fit in the microwave, as they are 15" on the diagonal (9" x 12" rectangular). We haven't used the new bowls or mugs yet either.
I think DB set the tableware backwards (although I personally do not care), and the photo is of his plate. The photos of mine came out blurry - I think I may need a new camera, as the image stabilizer sometimes does not work.
Annie, do you use your cast iron skillet to make Spanish tortillas? Some people use cake pans.