In tapas bars throughout Spain, frittatas (called tortillas) made by cooking eggs with potatoes, peppers, olives, cheese or other fillings are served with bread and Sherry or a fruity local red wine.
This tortilla features tender slices of potato and strips of red and green peppers. It can be served hot or at room temperature. Accompany it with good crusty bread and a simple Spanish-style salad of chopped tomatoes, parsley, peppers and olives. This menu works for a brunch, lunch or light dinner.