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Any ideas? I have potatoes, cheese and eggs - what can I make that doesn't involve pastry?

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extremelychocolateymilkroll Wed 19-Aug-09 17:08:07

On Google searches all I see are dishes involving pastry. TIA

Tommy Wed 19-Aug-09 17:09:17

spanish omelette?

Sam100 Wed 19-Aug-09 17:09:44

Frittata (sp?) - spanish omelette.

shootfromthehip Wed 19-Aug-09 17:09:47

Tortilla? Just started writing you a recipe and then thought it would be safer if you googled that wink

NotEvenTheTrees Wed 19-Aug-09 17:10:47

Yup, thought spanish omelette too!

shootfromthehip Wed 19-Aug-09 17:11:07

Arse- frittata is what I meant!!!

jeminthepantry Wed 19-Aug-09 17:11:21

What sort of potatoes, ie are they good to roast, to mash, bake , or new potatoes, etc...

Tillyscoutsmum Wed 19-Aug-09 17:11:49

Personally would leave the eggs for another day and just have a huge bowl of cheesy mash envy

extremelychocolateymilkroll Wed 19-Aug-09 17:14:37

Wow - thanks for so many responses so quickly. Will do a search for frittatas and tortillas. The potatoes are all purpose.

nickelbabe Wed 19-Aug-09 17:17:36

i agree with Tilly: cheesy mash.
have a hard boiled egg on the side, if you really need to use the eggs!

TaxiLady Wed 19-Aug-09 17:18:44

i'd say frittata too

or pan haggerty if you have onions

which is sliced onions and tatties, layered in a deep pan with melted butter and a dod of oil in, wih a great pile of grated cheese in the middle of the layers, or on top if you forgot! (i do that all the time!)

leave on hob with lid on and they sort of steam fry and the cheese is all gooey, you can shove it uunder the grill for a bit if you like the cheese to be toasty.

then you have eggs for an omlette tomorrow :D

extremelychocolateymilkroll Wed 19-Aug-09 17:22:35

That sounds great TaxiLady - do you need loads of butter? How long does it take to cook?

extremelychocolateymilkroll Wed 19-Aug-09 17:22:36

That sounds great TaxiLady - do you need loads of butter? How long does it take to cook?

coldasanewrazorblade Wed 19-Aug-09 17:25:35

Omelette and chips? grin

TaxiLady Wed 19-Aug-09 17:31:00

i like lots of butter!!

not too much though, enought to make a decent sized puddle in the pan and the oil to stop it burning

and i usually give it about 40 mins on a low heat...although i have done it in the oven before...but you are less likely to get the lovely buttery brown crunchy bottom in the oven. [slurp]


extremelychocolateymilkroll Wed 19-Aug-09 17:32:01

Thanks TaxiLady. Think I'll do cheesy mash today but will definitely try your recipe another day.

shigella Wed 19-Aug-09 19:33:34

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