Preparation Peel and dice the potatoes. Peel and cut the onion or chives into squares. You can fry the potatoes and the onion in oil in the traditional way or, if you want to have a less caloric and healthier result, you can roast them in the oven or use the air fryer with a quick spray of oil. KNOW THE TRICK: the healthiest least caloric fastest way to make the potatoes for Flamenco-style eggs is the one I chose to follow. Once the potatoes and the onion are sliced, microwave them for 7 minutes in a proper container. After that, in a shallow layer of oil and in the pan you are going to use, brown the half-cooked onions and potatoes lightly. Meanwhile, also in the microwave, steam some peas for 3 minutes in a proper container. Put them aside. In the pan used to finish the dish, add the potatoes, onion, peas, a few tablespoons of fried tomato sauce and a few slices of Selecta ham. When everything is hot and well mixed, add the free-range egg whites, which you need to set while incorporating them to all of the ingredients. Once the whites are set and everything is rather hot, add the 4 yolks that you had put aside, remove everything from the stove and cover. The free-range egg yolks will cook over the residual heat. Finally, you just need to slash them open with a fork when served on the table. Presentation You can decorate the Flamenco-style eggs with a few more slices of Selecta ham.