So there were we, a Mexican family on holidays in the island of Crete in Greece. On that week, we would be waking up quite early because we would be visiting different parts of the island thus, before coming to the apartment we´ve stopped to buy some food for breakfast in a supermarket and some beer for the night.
When I woke up next morning, my sister had already made coffee. She told me to prepare the table because we were having „Greek eggs“ for breakfast. I was wondering if “Greek eggs” actually exists. In Mexico, we do have „Huevos a la Mexicana“ (Eggs Mexican style) which is essentially scrambled eggs with chile serrano (green serrano peppers), white onion and tomato, these are the colours of the Mexican flag so no wonder why we call it Mexican eggs. This recipe is an easy but tasty breakfast-invention which was born in Sweden while she was an exchange student in the city of Malmö. She named it Greek Omelette just because of the feta cheese, which at that times were not so known in Mexico.