The history of the combined dish dates back to the opening of Spain to tourism, those wonderful years 60. The Ministry of Information and Tourism, led by Manuel Fraga, passed a law by which they should serve dishes with local products at affordable prices for the new invaders. As data, the combined plate should not exceed 250 pesetas in the case of luxury restaurants, and between 50 and 170 in restaurants of lower nature, which makes rethink if one could go to the Palace to eat fried eggs.

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