The Spanish equivalent of french fries

01/21/2008 | Wall Street Journal, The

Patatas bravas, a popular Spanish tapas dish, is made of cubed fried potato served with a spicy red sauce and a garlicky white sauce. Upscale restaurants are reinterpreting the recipes and finding plenty of customers willing to pay a lot to experiment. Bar Tomas in Barcelona is considered one of the best, where the red sauce is thin and includes oil, tomato and picante seasoning to contrast with the thick garlic sauce.

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