Patatas (papas) bravas

Patatas bravas is a typical Spanish tapa although made differently in different regions and catering for local taste.

Chop potatoes into cubes and shallow fry in olive oil with some salt.

In separate pan, fry garlic, chillies, dried chilli powder/pimiento/paprika, and/or any other spices of choice, say half a chopped onion, and when the onion is soft, put in around half a tin of chopped tomatoes. I use organic.

When the two are ready, combine.

Serve with picante (hot and spicy) olives and a bread of choice. Today’s was ciabatta.

Washed down with an Italian Chardonnay if anyone is interested.

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