That is just a pathetic excuse to avoid any blame game. Because a certain someone was too eager to snatch a slice away.
Take 2 medium sized onions and 3 large potatoes. Chop them into thin slices. Very thin.
Now, heat a liberal amount of oil in a pan. It’s not necessary to deep fry them all. The only thing you need to achieve right now is succulence.
Throw in the chopped onions and let them caramelize into a golden colour. Do not stop. Chuck in the potatoes as well. Sprinkle a bit of salt on top.
Space them evenly after every 20 seconds or so.
You can always check if they have been cooked thoroughly by poking it with a fork.
You don’t want it crisp.
Once they have all gained a golden texture, drain the excess oil out of the pan.
In a large bowl, break 6 eggs and whisk them thoroughly. Add a bit of salt and pepper. Then, just drop the cooked potatoes and onions into the mixture.
Cover the bowl. Let it sit for a good 20 minutes.
Go play Pac-Man by then.
(in case you have no idea what I am talking about)
Once the time is up, heat up the same pan again on medium to high flame. Lace it with a bit of butter on the downside. Let it fume through. Gently pour in the entire mixture into it. Spread it out evenly.
Once the underside has gained a firm texture, put a lid on top of the hot pan, flip it upside down.
You will have the cooked texture on top.
Now, slide the entire omelette back to the pan again by placing the lid adjacent to the pan.
Let it cook yet again.
Flip it again onto a plate.
And there you have it.
All the goodness of potatoes and onions contained in one hefty-sized omelette.
Before a slice goes missing.
Eat the Pac-Man.