A torrija is a typical Spanish sweet in many places, especially at Easter. In Seville, this dessert is served in many ways, but they have their own recipe that gives a special touch. Torrijas are pieces of bread soaked in milk or wine with spices and honey, coated with egg and then fried to toast the outside a little. Once fried, it's accompanied with sugar, cinnamon, honey or any sweet ingredient. In the case of the Sevillian torrija, the most typical taste is the toast of wine with honey.