Portugal - Portuguese Food # 2

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Pastel de Nata


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Pastel de Nata

The custard tart, or simply cream. In Portugal, the only Pastel de Belém is in Lisbon, in the Belém region.
It was in Lisbon that this Portuguese sweet was born and to this day tourists from all over the world line up to try this relic of Portuguese cuisine.


Sardines


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Sardinha

Sardines are a dish that is very popular in Portugal and common during the popular festival season, which takes place across the country between June and July.

Sardines are roasted over hot coals and must be eaten hot. It can be served on bread, but in restaurants it is common to come with boiled potatoes and salad.


Serra da Estrela Cheese


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Serra da Estrela Cheese

Creamy and made with sheep's milk, this traditional cheese from Portugal comes from the Serra da Estrela region. The taste is strong, eaten in the right way: on bread, as if it were a paste. It is usually served before the main course.


Bife no prego


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Bife no prego

It is the classic bagel-type bread stuffed with slices of beef steak. For accompanying egg, tomato and spices. It is usually sold in bakeries and is a good way to kill hunger without spending a lot of money. Undoubtedly one of the simplest and cheapest typical foods in Portugal.


Bitoque


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Bitoque

It is one of the most common and traditional dishes in the home of Portuguese families. Simple, of the comfort food type, the bitoque usually consists of a beef or pork steak accompanied by boiled potatoes or fried eggs, with the yolk still soft.


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We have a Portuguese deli/coffee shop around the corner called Bembom and they have all of these dishes. The Nata's are superb and one is never enough. I would live on this food if I could as have pregos at least twice a week.