At home, this food is called "Tocana", here in Romania it is called "Zacusca", the difference is in the fact that the vegetables are not crushed, they are cut into cubes. Due to this fact, the stew has a very good texture, it can be eaten as food or on bread as a zacusca.
Be careful to respect the order in which the ingredients are hardened, it is important to be hardened separately and then mixed, the taste differs a lot. As for the taste, hot is perfect, but cold is extraordinary - it's always a little, how much I wouldn't do :) It's my grandmother's recipe, so she passed the test of time, I recommend it with confidence.
In the future I will post the more exemplary version of the recipe, here is a quick one, but just as tasty.