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A tobă
Alternative namesCaș de cap de porc
Course Entrée
Main course
Place of origin Flag of Romania.svg
Region or state Romania
Serving temperatureCold
Main ingredients Pork

Tobă, [1] "caș de cap de porc" (which means "pig head cheese"), is a kind of a traditional Romanian delicatessen item which looks like a wide sausage, around four inches in diameter, usually using a pig's stomach, stuffed with pork jelly, liver, and skin suspended in aspic. [2]

Notes and references

  1. "Tobă". (in Romanian).
  2. "Tobă tradițională". (in Romanian).

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