TRINXAT DE LA CERDANYA
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It is a traditional dish from Cerdanya, Alt Urgell and Andorra, well known in Catalan mountain gastronomy.
A typical and filling recipe based on cabbage, potatoes, bacon, olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper in the shape of a tortilla. It is very common in winter because it is very caloric and because at this time of year, the cabbage is usually at its best due to the cold. The origin of this recipe comes from exploitation cuisine, although it can currently be found in any restaurant in these regions. Find in the Weekender de la Cerdanya guide, the repertoire of restaurants where you can taste this simple, but delicious dish and discover other recipes that are also very popular in the area.
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It is a traditional restaurant that works very well with meat and traditional Catalan dishes, a classic that never fails. Their cuisine is local and seasonal, with their own farm 1km from the restaurant. A good place to taste the typical trinxat from Cerdanya, Alt Urgell and Andorra.
Carrer Frederic Bernades, 1, 17527 Llívia, Girona
It is a small town surrounded by nature and other charming towns. It is recommended to stroll through the narrow streets of the old town, visit and have a drink in the sun on the lively and busy terraces of the Plaza de Santa María and surround the picturesque lake of Puigcerdà, the jewel of the city.
Photo trinxat© Maria José, Directo al Paladar