Posted for ZWT5 from http://www.euroresidentes.com. Pisto manchego is similar to ratatouille. It can be served warm to accompany a main dish or cold as a starter or to accompany a salad. The site suggests making a sandwich of baguette, Spanish omelet, and Pisto manchego-served warm or cold. Sounds good to me. Pisto can be used as a filling for sandwiches, savoury crepes, empanadillas or little puffed pastry pies or even as a pasta sauce. Pisto manchego freezes well, so you can make a big batch and use as required. This is an easy recipe for a traditional Spanish dish which originally came from Castilla la Mancha (hence it's name, Pisto Manchego) but is nowadays a favorite simple dish cooked and served all over Spain. If you want to add basil or oregano, the site suggests trying it. I am guessing at the number of servings as it does not say and it really depends upon whether you use it as a condiment or not.