In this recipe, we use the technique for making a Spanish omelette, but infuse it with Filipino flavors. The traditional Spanish Omelette is called Tortilla de Patatas, or potato omelette.
The potatoes are usually fried with onions in olive oil, then mixed with raw eggs in a bowl. This mixture is then covered, allowing the heat to slightly cook the eggs and coagulate with the potatoes and onions. In this recipe, we substitute the potatoes with garlic rice, add crispy Longganisa filling (Philippine Chorizo), and stir fried tomatoes in fish sauce (a popular Filipino addition to scrambled eggs).
If done right, this omelette should be golden brown on the outside and slightly runny on the inside. Enjoy!