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CourseMain dish
Place of originSpain
Region or stateSeville, Andalusia
Serving temperatureWarm
Main ingredientsBread, grilled meat, Spanish ham, tomato

A serranito is a warm sandwich prepared in Andalusia, quite popular in Seville.[1] It is the Andalusian traditional cuisine version of fast food.

The main ingredients are grilled meat (chicken or pork loin), cured ham, fried green pepper and sliced tomato. Other versions also include omelet, lettuce, cheese or fried bacon. It is served with french fries and frequently with sauces like mojo picón, mayonnaise or alioli.

It is generally consumed at lunch or dinner, as a main dish after a snack of tapas. It is quite typical in fairs and verbenas.