What Is The Staple Diet Of Portuguese? Food Is Consumed In Portugal?


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Portugal staple food comprises of rice, potato, bread, meat, seafood, and fish. They are very well known for loving cod, which in Portuguese is called bacalhau. pastéis de bacalhau, bacalhau à Brás, and bacalhau à Gomes de Sá are the most popular dishes. The famous sea food comprises of grilled sardines and caldeirada. Desserts and cakes, like Lisbon's pastéis de nata, although taste much more delicious with strong coffee, Aveiro's ovos-moles, are the most favorite that are consumed. Porto's francesinha is the dish that is popular here and is also considered as a fast food. Some of the other delicacies include feijoada, prepared with pieces of meat, sausages, and beans served with white and dry rice, the cozido à portuguesa, wich may also be prepared with various kinds of meat, rice, potatoes and other vegetables, all boiled, and the espetadas.

Not to miss the stock of wines in Portuguese. They are considered the world's best: Vinho Verde, Vinho Alvarinho, Vinho do Douro, Vinho do Alentejo, Vinho do Dão, Vinho da Bairrada and the sweet: Port Wine, Madeira wine and the Moscatels of Setúbal and Favaios (Douro). Port wine is the most far and wide exported, as well as Vinho Verde, whose export is escalating rapidly with the international demand.
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The Portuguese consume a lot of pasta, pao com chourico (a bread and sausage dish) and pastéis de nata. Also, Portuguese tuna is considered by some to be the best in the world.

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