Salvitxada (Catalan pronunciation: [səlβiˈtʃaðə]) or salsa de calçots is a Spanish sauce originating in Valls, province of Tarragona in the region of Catalonia, which is served almost exclusively with calçots at the calçotades, a traditional local barbecue.

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Calçots with sauce salvitxada.
Alternative namesSalsa de calçots
Place of originSpain
Region or stateCatalonia
Associated national cuisineSpain
Main ingredientsToast, garlic, vinegar

It is similar to romesco sauce with the difference that it is thickened with toast rubbed with fresh garlic, moistened with a little vinegar and pulverized.[1]

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