A kind of chick-pea, much used in Spain, especially in the olla podrida.
She started down here at nine o'clock with her doll and her olla.
Rosita set the olla on one side, and placed the comal over the coals.
And, lifting the olla, she tapped it, and signed the way to him.
“The one that grabbed the olla from you,” Florence breathed.
Notwithstanding this assurance, our supper was long in making its appearance, for the operations of an olla cannot be hurried.
Of course, every olla, must everywhere be made according to what can be got.
In cookery, a species of olla podrida variously prepared, as the materials and fancy of the maker dictate.
Several of these strings were tied together and placed in an olla of water.
They had no appetite then, and so they couldn't judge of the olla podrida.