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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Catalan Sausages: Botifarra d'Ou

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A close look on one of the most delicious sausages in Catalonia: Botifarra d'Ou (literally, although I don't think there's an equivalent in English, Egg Sausage). As the name suggests it is made of eggs and meat. It is served in slices and has a more delicate texture and taste than other sausages. According to Catalan traditions Botifarra d'Ou is served the first day of Carnival aka dijous gras or dijous llarder (Fat Thursday)

If you missed other posts dealing with Catalan sausages please check: Botifarra Negra, Botifarra de Pagés or the whole story: sausage. This picture was taken at Mercat de l’Abaceria Central in Gracia quarter.

3 comments:

  1. My favorite dish was Botifarra with rice.

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  2. Do you cook them?

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  3. Very yummy! I actually changed my header today, and posted some butifarra as well. Also cap de senglar

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