Migas is a Spanish dish that is popular in Andalucía and especially in the poor Alpujarras mountains region. In the whole of southern Spain there are many variations to the recipe. It is a very authentic dish, but you won't find it in any cookbook. Maybe because it's too easy, maybe because it reminds people too much of poverty.
Some Andalucian restaurants have specialized in these traditional dishes. To make migas yourself, cut some old bread into pieces and moisten these with warm water without really soaking them. Bake the pieces, while stirring, in olive oil with garlic, preferably on a log fire.
Serve them with garnish. Two of the many known possible garnitures are