Romanian Sausage Pork Stew - Tochitura

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Romanian Sausage Pork Stew - Tochitura

I didn't know how to make the Tochitura recipe, but because it is very well exposed on many sites, I managed to make it, but still a little adapted to our tastes. It is a delicious dish, you can adapt the meat according to your preferences, however I would say not to remove the smoked sausages. You can put some more organic turkey sausages if you are not a sausage consumer, at least for the smoky smell they give to food.

A perfect dish during this time, combined with polenta and cheese is perfect and very delicious.


Pork meat
500 g
choose leaner meat - muscle, neck or fillets
Chicken breast
500 g
Chicken liver
300 g
500 g
White onion
2 pieces
Tomato puree
200 ml
or a can of chopped tomatoes
Garlic cloves
6 pieces
Salt and pepper
1 tsp
to taste
Laurel leaves
2 pieces
Sunflower oil
50 ml

Step by step


Prepare and wash the meat.

Cut them all into medium-sized cubes - but be careful not to mix the types of meat with each other.


Heat a little oil in a deeper pan. Next we will add the meat one by one and always start with the kind of meat that is harder to cook.

Here I started with the pork, I put it in the pan and I hardened it until it started to brown.


Then I add the chicken breast in the pan, directly over the pork.

We let them cook together until the chicken started to brown.


Now put the livers, they leave them a little (about 5 minutes), only when they harden easily - they should not be browned.


Put the sausages, mix and cook for another 5-10 minutes on medium heat.


Then add the not very finely chopped onion - cook for another 5 minutes.


Pour the broth or diced tomatoes, make a high heat until it starts to boil.

Then add the bay leaf, turn down the heat and simmer for about 30 minutes.


After this time, add salt and pepper to taste.

Put the crushed garlic, mix well and turn off the heat.


Serve with polenta and enjoy :)

Good appetite!

Quantity: 2 kg (5-6 servings)
Prep time: 20 min
Difficulty: easy
Ready in: 60 min
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