- Cargols (Cargols a la Llauna) : Cargols is Catalan for snails. One popular Catalan dish made of Cargots is called Cargols a la Llauna. It is a specialty of Lleida Province and made from small snails (Cargols) drizzled with olive oil and baked over an open fire. When done, it is served with Alioli or Romesco or both as a dip.

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