Usually eaten as an appetizer – and sometimes drunken straight from a bowl or glass – this thick soup is made from blending a whole heap of fresh tomatoes, green peppers, cucumbers, garlic, onions, vinegar and herbs Spanish ratatouille This vegetarian top Spanish dish is for all ages, eaten in Spain as a tapa, appetiser, a side dish to meats, or even as a meal with a fried egg on top or chorizo.
Some consider this a national dish of Spain, but many consider it a Valencia dish, from where it originated and you can typically find the best paella.
The palatable competition of intense roasted flavours makes this a tasty recipe to try at home.
You can find it in restaurants around Spain, and especially in the towns across the plains of La Mancha, south of Madrid.
You'll also see the softer-flavoured (octopus restaurants) dotting the Galician region.
This top Spanish dish is usually served with a potato or two, on top of a wooden platter.