This may not be one for the purists, but then again Ferran Adrià's recipes rarely are, a potato chip tortilla.
Get into a conversation with a Spaniards about tortilla de patatas and it can go on for hours, they are very, very particular about the dish.
So if it were anyone other than the icon of global gastronomy Ferran Adrià who suggested the twist on the traditional tortilla recipe by adding store-bought potato chips (crisps) instead of the thinly sliced potatoes they would be subject to public ridicule at best.
There’s a lovely play of texture going on here, the inside of the tortillas runny egg combining with the crisp potato chips and the set egg exterior. Delicious.
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