Migas is a traditional Spanish dish, which is made from bread crumbs. For the first time this dish was cooked in Teruel, in a small town in the east of Spain. Frankly, I did not think it would be so delicious.) He used to eat it for breakfast. It was also the shepherd's favorite dish. Bread crumbs were soaked in the evening in salted water, and in the morning they were fried in olive oil. Migas with chorizo, grapes or pork ribs are served. Currently, Migas is a trendy dish that is served in the restaurants of Spain. Video - a recipe I looked at the Spanish culinary site, so the number of ingredients is approximate.