The traditional torrijas are one of the most typical sweets of the Easter, although there are some pastry shops where you can buy them year-round. However, its origin is in trying to relieve the pain of women giving birth (XV). Then, they were served with a glass of wine.
Little by little they became the ideal way to use bread leftovers at Easter, and today you would not think about Easter without a torrija.
They are made based on slices of bread from the previous day, watered with syrup, wine or milk and there are even places where they are watered with chocolate (promise the recipe for next Easter).
Just defrost and enjoy, or reheat a bit on the microwave.
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