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History of potato omelette

23-05-2013

The potato is a plant native to South America, and was known by the Spanish hand of the Incas. The Incas called the potato plant in Quechua. The similarity of the potato with sweet potatoes favored in the seventeenth century in Spain called potato to the first.

The potato omelette begins to appear and in the chronicles of the Indies about 1519, in Europe disclosed Spanish conquistadors, but in America I Aztecs and prepared and sold in their markets in these texts Mesoamerican tortilla used to refer to a corn bread, making allusion to the done omelette without confusion the navigator Hernán Cortés

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History of potato omelette
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