I rate this one star as I agree with NOSOYOSO. I am 80 yrs old of Spanish decent and have eaten Migas all my life and it is made from stale, or day old bread. It is a delicacy and served with fried 'grunion', AKA 'smelt'. During grunion season my dad would go over to the beach north of Santa Cruz, CA, on a Friday night & net the 'grunion'. Grunion only run at a certain time of the year, and during the full moon & netted near midnight. This, then, would be our Sat, or Sunday treat. Definitley made with olive oil, some garlic, and fried bread. YUMMO!! May try making this tomorrow, and sub shrimp for the grunion.
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I rate this one star as I agree with NOSOYOSO. I am 80 yrs old of Spanish decent and have...