Yield: Yields 4 pieces
This simple yet utterly delicious dish, also known as pan con tomate, may well be Spain’s national breakfast (it’s also terrific as part of a tapas spread). Choose tomatoes that are ripe but still fairly firm; they stand up to grating better than very soft ones.
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Rub the toasted bread with garlic.Rub the tomatoes, cut in half, directly into the bread,with the seeds.Pour the olive oil on top.You can add salt or cover the bread with slices of "jamn serrano"(parma ham is the italian light version of it).Your recipe is much cleaner, but not as traditional
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