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 Patatas Bravas
Patatas Bravas
Patatas Bravas


8 medium-sized Potatos
2 tbsp. (tablespoons) of Olive Oil
1 chopped Onion
1 bayleaf
2 red Chilli Peppers
2 tsp. (teaspoons) of Garlic
1 tbsp. (tablespoon) of Tomato Puree
1/2 tbsp. (tablespoon) of Sugar (perhaps 1 tbsp. if the sauce is too spicy for your taste)
1 tbsp. (tablespoon) of Soya Sauce
1 tin of egg-shaped tomatos (450 g), chopped
1 Glass of White Wine
Salt and black Pepper

Preparation of the Sauce:

  • = Steam the chopped onion together with the bayleaf in hot oil.
  • = When they are soft, add chilli peppers, garlic, tomato puree, sugar and soya sauce. Steam for five minutes over a medium heat.
  • = Stir in chopped tomatos and white wine and bring it to the boil. Let it simmer for 10 Minutes. Taste it and add some seasoning.

Note: The sauce should have slightly sweet flavour, that is not dominated by the tomatos.

Preparation of the Potatos:

  • = Wash the potatos, peel them and cut them into small small cubes.
  • = Grease a baking tray. Season the Potatos and brush them with liquid butter.
  • = Bake the Potatos at 230 Centigrades in your oven till they are golden.
  • = Pour the tomato-Sauce over the potatos and serve them.

Note: You can also fry the potatos in a frying pan with 6 tbsp. (tablespoons) of Olive Oil.

This Page was created by Karl A. ERBER on December 26, 1998
Last Update: July 27, 1999
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