Trinxat refers to Andorran dish made of boiled potatoes and cabbage which is served as a main dish; a potato and cabbage cake. It is a hearty mash of potatoes and cabbage fried in a skillet and sometimes served with garnished with fat back or smoky bacon. It is very similar to Spanish Torta. It considered as winter dish and was traditionally eaten by the people living in the mountains. Trinxat is considered as the national dish of Andorra.

Trinxat is also known as Trinxat de la Cerdanya. In Catalan language, Trinxat means chopped or shredded.

Andorra is a tiny principality hidden between France and Spain. Catalan is their official language, but Spanish and French are also spoken in the country.

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