Visit site

Related Pins

Tortilla Espanola By: Seamus Mullen,Tertulia, New York City | In the traditional tortilla Española, or Spanish omelet, the quality and careful preparation of each ingredient--eggs, olive oil, garlic, onion and potato--is critical. However, even the classic dish's bare-bones ingredients are up for debate. | From:

Just got back from Barcelona, and this is totally our jam! Or...Jamon. Jamon Iberico Bellota Manchados de Jabugo

the baker upstairs: churros con chocolate

Churros con Chocolate from Chocolateria San Gines Churros 1 cup water 1/2 cup butter 1/4 tsp salt 1 cup all purpose flour 3 large eggs vegetable oil, for frying confectioners’ sugar Chocolate Sauce 1 tbsp cornstarch 2 cups milk (any kind) 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate (chocolate chips) 1/4 cup sugar

Tortilla Espanola. Also known as the Tortilla de Patata. Most famous Spanish omlette. At most places, often served as an appetizer. Some Spaniards put it on bread and consume it as a sandwich. Is made of potatoes, onions, and eggs that are fried in a pan with a slight touch of olive oil.

Calle de Alcalá, Madrid, Spain.

Castillo de Coca Segóvia. Spain

@JoseVCH nos pidió por Twitter: @oishisushipty Wow! Intente ponerle trocitos de chorizo a ver que tal queda!

Garbanzos & Chorizo tried it and loved it. Didn't use peppers. Used Puerto Rican sofrito instead