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    Bife de Atum à Madeirense

    Region: Madeira

    Bife de Atum (Tuna steak) is a traditional dish from Madeira island, usually served with potatoes and salad or with the very typical fried corn from Madeira. This dish was among the 70 Wonders of Por (...)

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    Muxama de Atum

    Region: Algarve

    Muxama de Atum (smoked tuna fish) is a traditional starter made with the same recipe used by the Phoenicians and Romans 2000 years ago. It is a kind of salted and dried tuna loins. This started was a (...)

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    Perdiz à Algarvia

    Region: Algarve

    Perdiz à Algarvia (Partridge from Algarve) is a traditional dish from Alcoutim, where there are some of the biggest Portuguese hunting areas. Every year in October, there is an event specially dedicat (...)

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    Sopa de Cação //

    Sopa de Cação (Dogfish Soup) is a typical soup made with dogfish, garlic, coriander, and traditional bread from Alentejo. This starter was among the 70 Wonders of Portuguese Gastronomy in 2011. ...more

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    Arroz de Marisco //

    Arroz de marisco means shrimp rice and is cooked with several types of shrimp, namely shrimps, clams, crabs, crayfish, mussels and cockle. This dish was considered one of The 7 Wonders of the Portugu ...more

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    Vinho Moscatel //

    Moscatel wine is produced in Douro and in Peninsula of Setúbal (the most famous one). Most of the moscatel is sold in a young stage, but during the ageing the wine becomes fruity, with flavours of fig ...more

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    Pastel de Tentúgal //

    Pastel de Tentúgal, is a portuguese conventual pastry, also known as phyllo toothpick. It is made since XIX century with egg yolk, phyllo pastry and sugar. This pastry was among the 21 Wonders of the ...more

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Bolo Rei //

Bolo Rei is a traditional portuguese cake that is eaten for Christmas and Dia de Reis (Kings' Day - January, 6). This cake represents the presents that The Three Kings gave to Child Jesus: gold is rep ...more

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