a young green olive that is soaked in lye then fermented in brine for 6-12 months, sold in a variety of forms
noun 1. an omelet served with a sauce of tomatoes, onions, and green peppers.
- Spanish omelette
noun 1. an omelette made by adding green peppers, onions, tomato, etc, to the eggs
noun 1. a large-sized, mild, succulent onion, often eaten raw. Spanish onion noun 1. any of several varieties of large mild-flavoured onions
noun 1. a composite plant, Scolymus hispanicus, of southern Europe, having spiny, thistlelike leaf margins, small yellow flowers, and an edible root.