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  1. Arroz de Marisco (Seafood rice) | typical Portuguese food Polvo à Lagareiro (Octopus) Polvo à Lagareiro is a traditional Portuguese food made with octopus and potatoes. Any octopus lover will be delighted with this dish. After being cooked for 1 hour, the octopus is roasted in the oven with punched potatoes and a huge amount of olive oil.

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  2. Arroz de Polvo ( Octopus Rice) is another well-known dish among popular Portuguese foods. It is made with Carolino-type rice (long grain), widely used in the malandrinhos type of preparations, a Portuguese term for the more brothy dishes. In this recipe, rice is cooked in the same broth that cooked the octopus, enhancing the flavor.

    • Sardinhas assadas. Sardinhas assadas (grilled sardines) are one of the most appreciated and popular dishes in traditional Portuguese gastronomy. Due to the country's strong fishing tradition, fish is one of the main elements of many Portuguese dishes, but grilled sardines are particularly special.
    • Bacalhau à Brás. Bacalhau à Brás is one of the most famous Portuguese dishes and deservedly so! This mixture of shredded codfish and fried potato sticks, olive oil, eggs, onions and parsley is very easy to prepare, but you can also find it in most Portuguese restaurants.
    • Cozido à Portuguesa. The “cozido à portuguesa” is a traditional meat stew, that includes a wide variety of meats, Portuguese sausages (such as "chouriço", "morcela" and "farinheira") and vegetables.
    • Caldeirada. The strong connection between Portuguese cuisine and the sea is also present in “Caldeirada”, a traditional fish stew that includes different ingredients depending on the region of Portugal where it's made.
  3. Arroz de Tamboril (monkfish rice) Arroz de Marisco is a rich seafood stew that’s made up of fish and rice. It’s a Portuguese favourite, and it’s also another of the Seven Wonders of Portuguese Gastronomy. Some people say it’s like a Spanish paella, but it’s very different due to the amount of sauce.

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  5. Broa is a Portuguese bread made from yellow cornmeal, yeast, and a combination of wheat and rye flour. It is characterized by a thick crust on the exterior, and a tender, moist texture of the interior. Broa is also quite popular in Galicia and Brazil, where it is typically seasoned with fennel seeds. It was first baked by peasants in the mountainous regions of northern Portugal, who made their living by cultivating corn.