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  1. Portuguese Frango de Churrasco, aka Piri Piri Chicken, is one of Portugal’s most famous foods, and you are able to find it all over the world, in restaurants like Nando’s or Oporto (Australia). For those who haven’t tried, Frango de Churrasco (or Piri-Piri Chicken) is a succulent roasted chicken on a hot grill and is seasoned with a hot ...

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  2. Like many of the other foods in this article, this cheese is also one of the 7 wonders of Portuguese gastronomy. Francesinha Made from ham, steak, sausage, chunky slices of bread, melted cheese, a beer and tomato sauce, and chips, this is one hefty sandwich.

  3. May 27, 2019 · With everyday favorites like Portuguese chicken and sandwiches, there are plenty of local Portuguese dishes to savor. This list of the 10 most popular Portuguese dishes is only an introduction. There are a lot more traditional Portuguese foods to discover. Use this list to guide your food choices as you travel through Portugal.

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    • Cozido a Portuguesa. Please meet the king of all stews! Portuguese stew is the perfect example of the importance of using all the meat an animal can provide.
    • Caldo Verde. The most traditional of Portuguese soups is as simple as it gets: onions, potatoes and kale, cooked with garlic and olive oil. Nothing says winter comfort food like a good serving of caldo verde in a traditional clay pot.
    • Feijoada Trasmontana. Do not eat this on the same day as a Cozido a Portuguesa, unless you have a true desire of exploding! Feijoada stands for bean stew, but you know it wouldn’t be a Portuguese stew if you didn’t throw a variety of heavy meats into the mix!
    • Bacalhau a Bras. Out of the numerous ways to prepare salted cod fish in Portugal, “Bras style” is one of the most popular and I honestly salivate just to think about it.
  5. Aug 04, 2015 · Most Cuban dishes are of Spanish (from regions like Galicia, Asturias, Catalonia, and the Basque Country), Portuguese, and French origin. There is also some influence from China and West Africa. There is also some influence from Cuba’s aborigines, like the use of corn and animals like the jutía, as well as the boniato.

    • Vaca Frita. Vaca Frita, literally meaning fried cow is a classic Cuban dish that is made of fried and shredded flank or skirt steak, which has been marinated in lime, garlic, and salt.
    • Picadillo. Picadillo is commonly eaten all over Latin America and is usually made with ground beef, although ground pork can be used as well, or a mix of both.
    • Ropa Vieja. Ropa Vieja, literally meaning “old clothes” is considered as the national dish of Cuba. The main ingredients to make Ropa Vieja include flank steak and tomatoes as well as bell peppers, caramelized onions, and carrots.
    • Medianoche. Medianoche, also known as the Cuban sandwich is a simple yet delicious quick-bite that gained its popularity in the night clubs of Havana, hence its nickname “midnight”.
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