Tochitură (Romanian pronunciation: [toki'turə]) is a traditional Romanian and Moldovan dish made from pork cut in small cubes (tochitura comes from the verb "a toca" which means "to chop"), cooked over low fire in own fat and juices usually is a cast iron pot, traditionally served with over-easy eggs and mămăligă. The tochitură moldovenească is the Moldavian version
and the tochitură ardelenească is the Transylvanian version.
Tochitură is made in two main varieties: with or without tomato sauce and can be made from beef, lamb or chicken (depends on te area - Moldova, Transilvania, Oltenia, Muntenia, Dobrogea). To not be confused with a stew, the amount of tomato sauce should be minimal(and usually added at the end) so the meat will cook in its own juices. The version with tomato sauce is the most common and it is prepared in most restaurants, but is less "traditional". The one without it has a sauce of pork fat and juices from the parts of the meat. The traditional Romanian dish contains not only raw meat, but parts of internal organs of the animal, like liver, kidneys, heart, pork fat (slănină) or bacon and smoked sausages fried together. It is served with mămăligă and a salty sheep cheese, either telemea or brânză de burduf.