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Patatas bravas The potatoes are boiled in salted water for several minutes to tenderize them. They are then rubbed dry and deep fried.
Patatas bravas Preparation of the accompanying sauce varies by city. In Burgos, the sauce is tomato-based, and also includes vinegar, red pepper, and a variety of spices which give it bite. This sauce also accompanies "patatas aioli", a form of fried potato prepared with mayonnaise and garlic.
Patatas bravas The dish can frequently be ordered with a number of extra toppings, the most popular of which include chorizo, chistorra, baked chicken, and fried fish. Another popular variation is the "tortilla brava": a Spanish omelet topped with the spicy sauce.
Patatas bravas In Valencia and Catalonia, the potatoes are covered in a sauce made of olive oil, red pepper, paprika, chili, and vinegar. In these areas, the dish is traditionally served alongside aioli.
Patatas bravas Patatas bravas are served in bars in servings that contain approximately a quarter kilo of potato . It is frequently consumed as part of tapas.
Patatas bravas The same sauce is sometimes served over mussels. This dish is known as "mejillones en salsa brava".
Patatas bravas Patatas bravas (), also called "patatas a la brava" or "papas bravas", is a dish native to Spain, often served as a "tapa" in bars. It typically consists of white potatoes that have been cut into irregular shapes of about 2 centimeters, then fried in oil and served warm with a sauce such as a spicy tomato sauce or an aioli. This dish is commonly served in restaurants and bars throughout Spain.
Potato A traditional Canary Islands dish is Canarian wrinkly potatoes or "papas arrugadas". "Tortilla de patatas" (potato omelete) and "patatas bravas" (a dish of fried potatoes in a spicy tomato sauce) are near-universal constituent of Spanish tapas.
Spanish omelette The Spanish tortilla ("tortilla de patatas" in Spain) is widely eaten in Spain and some Spanish-speaking countries. While there are numerous regional variations, the basic version is made only with eggs and potatoes, and possibly onion. The addition of the onion is often controversial and usually related to the tenderness of the local varieties of potatoes. To avoid confusions some restaurants distinguish between the plain "tortilla de patatas" and the "tortilla de patatas con cebolla" (with onion).
Cuisine of the Community of Madrid The smell of local cooking is frequently compared to that of food fried in vegetable oil: "churros", "calamares a la romana", "tortilla de patatas", "bocadillos de calamares", "patatas bravas", "chopitos", "gallinejas", among other traditional dishes, which can be smelled cooking no matter the time of day.