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CUISINE IN PORTUGAL

One of this lovely nation's most priceless cultural treasures is its cuisine. You can't miss some of Portugal's most delectable cuisine if you're planning your vacation there. The foundation of Portuguese cuisine is the idea that all components must be freshly prepared in accordance with the customs of the typical mediterranean and atlantic cuisine.


Sardines:




During the summer, sardines are a particularly popular dish. usually served with boiled potatoes and pepper salad, or just on top of a slice of bread, and is heavily salted.


Pastel De Nata:





Known as the most popular tart in Portugal, you can get the sweetest type offered in Belem and Lisbon. These tarts are made using a proprietary recipe that is not disclosed to the general public.


Açorda à Alentejana:



A traditional meal from the Alentejo region is the açorda à alentejana. Garlic, olive oil, coriander, and bread are the main ingredients. This recipe can be modified to use various components, such as seafood, codfish, and others.



Leitão Assado (Roasted piglet):



A popular dish from the center of Portugal is roasted piglet. Typically, it is served with lightly spiced rice or fried potatoes. You should eat this soft and delicious dish, especially if you're going through Bairrada or Mealhada.


Seafood



Given that seafood is a staple of the Portuguese diet, it should come as no surprise that there are many seafood dishes for which freshness is a key ingredient. Because there is so much seafood available around the Portuguese coast, this dish can be made and presented in a variety of ways and at all price points.

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