The trampó is the famous Mallorcan salad of tomatoes, onions and peppers, prepared with oil and salt, which is so typical of the summer. These same ingredients are also used for the traditional Mallorcan coca de trampó.
It is a bread dough that does not rise-up, and which is prepared with olive oil and flour. It is crispy and keeps the weight and moisture of the vegetables placed on the dough. The coca has a great resemblance to the pizza and the focaccia, though the Mallorquinos will always defend this far less well-known recipe, but equally tastefully and nutritiously.
Although the coca de trampó is the most traditional variant, there are many others, such as the coca with peppers, with onions and sobrasada or the vegetable coca with chard and tomato slices.
If you want to try a coca, visit any of the bread shops in Mallorca. As a berenar - small snack in the morning - the coca is an unbeatable option.