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Portuguese Gastronomy

Portugal is undoubtedly one of the places not to be missed, in this artgo we dedicate a little time to suggest some of their typical dishes

Portuguese stew

The Portuguese Stew is one of the most traditional dishes, made with different types of meat (cow, pork, chicken), sausages and various types of vegetables, a dish that is usually done once a week and for several people.

Grilled sardines

Being Portugal a country of sea, with the largest Atlantic coast in Europe, it would be essential to speak of fish. One of the best known “Portuguese”fish is sardines, traditionally people eat it with bread, roasted in the streets, especially on the day of St. Anthony (Lisbon) and St. John (Porto).

Bairrada roast suckling pig

In the center of the country we have the piglet Bairrada, a pig still milk that is roasted in wood stoves for more than two which makes the skin extremely crispy and the meat quite soft.

Seafood Rice

What do you do when you have several fish qualities? A seafood rice is a food that serves a lot of people having a very large profitability, Portugal is one of the countries in Europe that consumes the most rice.

Açorda à Alentejana

Portugal is a country where bread is indispensable at the table, even if it is not often used, all tables should have it. In the villages bread was made only once a week and of course plenty left, leftovers of bread were used to make a dish of its name açorda that could accompany meats, fish and even cod.

About the author

O Flávio é um jovem que adora desporto, sobretudo tudo o que esteja ligado ao futebol e conhecer novos países, novas culturas. Nasceu numa família entusiasta por viajar ou não fosse seu pai, o Hugo uma pessoa que chega mesmo a ser considerado um verdadeiro embaixador de Portugal pela sua dedicação ao Turismo, outro de seus hobbies é a leitura o que o faz viajar pelo Mundo sentado numa cadeira. Embora jovem sente o Turismo como ninguém de tal forma que é já estudante de Turismo, carreira que espera encabeçar num futuro próxima isto visto pela sua dedicação em tudo a que se propõe.

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