“Migas” is a very typical dish usually made at rainy days. It is a very satiating meal since the main and fundamental ingredient is bread, and it is ideal to make the most of the leftover of bread from previous days, thus not getting wasted. Side ingredients vary depending on the season and could be modified: orange, pomegranate, grapes … The chorizo can also be replaced with anchovies, for example.
We are going to make the classic version made with chorizo, padron-braten peppers and melon. Here you have the ingredients of our personal “Migas”.
Verdioliva olive oil
HOW TO MAKE MIGAS
To crumb the bread with the fingers and pour some water over that.
Add garlic cloves (if you like you can slice them) into the pan in order to fry them with extra virgin olive oil and then add the crumbled bread.
Stir it until the bread moisture is being lost (1hour aprox.)
We prepare the remaining ingredients: fry the chorizo in extra virgin olive oil. Also, and separately, the padrón peppers. Add salt to the peppers.
Cut the melon into slices.
Serve it in dishes or you can just put the pot on the table. But each guest should be able to add chorizo, padron peppers and melon to it whenever they want. Food is ready…enjoy it!!!!! 🙂