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The "pulley" (in Spanish: poleá) is a typical recipe of Andalusian cuisine, particularly Seville, Huelva and Cadiz. It is a variant of porridge typical of those used to consume in poor years (It was a common dish during the Spanish Civil War).

The dish is made with water, flour, salt, anise, milk and sugar. Other ingredients (such as fruit, honey or cinnamon) are sometimes added. It is usually served with fried bread.