Trinxat

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Trinxat
Trinxat 1.jpg
Type traditional
Place of origin Spain
Region or state Catalonia
Main ingredients Potatoes, cabbage, pork
Cookbook: Trinxat  Media: Trinxat

Trinxat is a food from the Pyrenees, principally Andorra and the Catalan counties of Cerdanya and Alt Urgell. It is made with potatoes, cabbage and pork meat, and resembles Bubble and Squeak.[1] The name, meaning “mashed” or “chopped”, is the past participle of the Catalan word trinxar, which means "to slice".

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