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Alternative names Putxero, perolada
Type Casserole
Place of origin Spain
Region or state Valencia
Main ingredients Vegetables (potatoes, carrots, artichokes and others), legumes (beans, kidney beans, and others), embotit

Ollada (Catalan pronunciation: [uˈʎaðə], also named as putxero or perolada in the Valencian Community) is a traditional Spanish dish. Is based in boiling vegetables and meat in a casserole.


The ingredients can vary, but are based in vegetables (potato, carrot, artichoke etc.), legumes (beans, kidney beans, etc.) and embotit or butchery.

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