|Place of origin||Spain|
|Region or state||Catalonia|
|Main ingredients||Potatoes, cabbage, pork|
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. The name, meaning “mashed” or “chopped”, is the past participle of the Catalan word trinxar, which means "to slice".
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