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It's been requested that I make a traditional Spanish dish named "tortilla espinoza". I have no idea what this is, and the google has failed me in finding something remotely close it.

Does anyone know what it is and could point me to a recipe?

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Are you sure it wasn't tortilla Espanola? Also, recipe requests are off topic here on Seasoned Advice. As you've also included a question regarding what the item is, I won't vote to close, but you might want to modify the question a little. –  ElendilTheTall Oct 6 '12 at 20:51

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...or Tortilla de Espinacas? This is a dish from Spain where a tortilla is a potato and egg dish made in a low-sided, oven-proof skillet. This particular version uses spinach - hence "Espinacas".

http://herbivoracious.com/2012/02/tortilla-de-espinaca-spanish-omelet.html

I'm not sure if this is what you might be looking for but I can't wait to try it!

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