Spanish Hangover Cure: Pincho de Tortilla

To help cure a sangria-induced hangover, make some pincho de tortilla.

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To help cure a sangria-induced hangover, make some pincho de tortilla, a tapa dish similar to a frittata.

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Spanish Pincho de Tortilla
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Everyone loves a good, fruit-filled glass of sangria — especially the Spaniards. To help cure a sangria-induced hangover, make some pincho de tortilla, a tapa dish similar to a frittata. But why bother waiting until morning? This tasty dish is good any time of day — whether or not you have a hangover!

Recipe
Ingredients

3-4 eggs
2 large potatoes
1/2 onion
1/4 red bell pepper
5 tbs. olive oil
Salt
Toothpicks

Instructions
In an oiled frying pan, sauté the red bell pepper, potatoes and onions on low heat. Crack an egg into a bowl; then add the pepper, potatoes and onions from the pan, and mix it all together. Pour everything into a skillet or nonstick pan, cover the lid and cook for 5 minutes over low heat. Flip it over and let it slide off the pan onto a plate. Cut it into cubes, put a toothpick (pincho is the Spanish word for thorn) in each of them, and you’re good to go.

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