Baldana refers to a black pudding, a typical cured sausage from Catalan, Spain which comes in many varieties or types including some that are heavily spiced or have an additional ingredient like onion or rice (Morcilla de arroz, cebolla, arroz y cebolla, etc.). Baldana likewise refers to a kind of sausage stuffed with rice, pork loin, pine nuts and spices, is one of the most typical products of Catalan. Other Baldana recipes are known nationwide that lead to different names, as in the rich and spicy Baldana de Granada , which comes from Andalusia , but is better known by its Spanish name, Morcilla.
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