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Description: A stew eaten on the day of the killing of a pig. It includes the lungs, lights, head and liver. However, pollo en chanfaina is something quite different, being chicken in samfaina sauce, a Catalan sauce made with tomatoes, onions, aubergine (US: eggplant), courgettes (US: zucchini) and peppers. Made with bacalao and pork as well as chicken. It may also be a stew of goat's offal (US: organ meat) in a thick sauce.
Most frequent country: Andorra, Spain
Most frequent region: Catalonia
See places: Spanish food and cuisine, Catalan food and cuisine