Tocană, also known as tocăniță, is a Romanian stew prepared with tomato, garlic and sweet paprika. Traditionally, it is consumed with a cornmeal mush named mămăligă. The dish has a history of being consumed by shepherds in the Romanian mountains. Derived from the Hungarian tokány, the term is sometimes rendered as "tokana" in English.
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- (in Romanian) Tocană in Dicționarul explicativ al limbii române
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