It is a humble dish, created in times when food was scarce and in order to make the most of what was then available.
They are undoubtedly associated with bars because they appear in every single menu to go alongside with a beer. Some places become really famous because of their pinchitos.
It is one of Sevilla most famous tapas, usually served with fries and so easy to cook that comes together in less than 30 minutes. However, we decided yesterday to turn it into our lunch main dish.
I love bread baking and particularly this one. It is not only the taste, but also what it means for me. Everybody eat it at my dad's hometown and I understand why.
It can be eaten as a tapa, main course or as a side. It can include more or less ingredients. It can be spicy or mild. You can have it any day of the year. Whatever it is, the choices…