Freginat

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Freginat is a traditional dish typically attributed to the region around the city of Lleida in Catalonia. Freginat typically consists of fried pieces or slivers of pork, combined with a variety of ingredients, spices, and side dishes.[1] Often served during the periodic slaughter of pig stock in the rural regions of the Pyrenees mountain range, the dish has become a staple in Catalan pork cuisine.[2]

Etymology[edit]

A Catalan word, freginat could be a derivative of the Catalan verb "de fregir", meaning "to fry".[3]

Ingredients[edit]

Freginat may varies greatly from place, location, and recipe, but all Freginat varieties include sliced or cut pork. A typical dish might include pieces of bacon, black or white beans, or rice.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Fàbrega, Jaume (2003). La cuina del país dels càtars : cultura i plats d'Occitània, de Gascunya a Provença (1. ed.). Valls: Cossetània Eds. p. 213. ISBN 9788496035805.
  2. ^ Andrews, Colman (1999). Catalan cuisine : vivid flavors from Spain's Mediterranean coast (Rev. ed.). Boston: Harvard Common Press. ISBN 9781558323292.
  3. ^ "fry translate English to Catalan: Cambridge Dictionary". dictionary.cambridge.org. Cambridge Dictionary. Retrieved 6 August 2016.