|Alternative names||Caş de cap de porc|
|Place of origin|
|Region or state||Romania|
|Cookbook: Tobă Media: Tobă|
Tobă, or especially in Transylvania, "caş de cap de porc" (which means "pig head cheese"), is a kind of a traditional Romanian delicatessen which looks like a wide sausage, 4 inch diameter using usually pig's stomach, stuffed with pork jelly, liver, and skin suspended in aspic.
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