Appetizer: Coca de Recapte (spanish flatbread)
Coca recapte is a traditional Spanish flatbread commonly found in Catalonia and Valencia and traditionally eaten cold. The word recapte in the name of the dish means something like what you have in stock, referring to the fact that the cooks add ingredients, usually staples of Catalan kitchens. It consists of a thin bread-dough base that’s topped with eggplants and roasted peppers (known as escalivada) in addition to tomatoes and onions.
The Catalans claim that coca de recapte was invented in the area of Tarragona and Lleida.
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