“Eggs, potatoes, cheese, ham, can’t get better than that!” – Francis Mallmann.
Revuelto gramajo is a Buenos Aires classic, most commonly found across the country in neighborhood bodegones (Argentine cantinas). Francis puts his own spin on this scrambler-hash hybrid that resembles an omelette, but stays true to its original ingredients: eggs, ham, and fried shoestring potatoes. This dish, however, can be adapted to use ingredients on hand, including fresh peas and slices of chicken or prosciutto.
Even though in Argentina revuelto gramajo is eaten for lunch or dinner, we bet this mind-blowing dish will be a total brunch game-changer to your cooking repertoire.