Revuelto Gramajo (English: Scrambled Gramajo) is a common hash dish in Argentine and Uruguayan cuisine consisting of fried julienne potatoes, eggs, cheese and vegetables. It is common in Buenos Aires, and has been described as one of the city's "quintessential" dishes. French fries are sometimes used as an ingredient in the dish.
The dish was created by a chef with the intention for it to be served to soldiers in battlefields, and at the time it consisted of fried potatoes, ham, scrambled eggs and peas.
The dish has a significant amount of protein and nutrients, and a moderate amount of carbohydrates and some calories,it is from Uruguay.
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