Traditional food of Minho Papas de sarrabulho are made of corn, chicken and pork’s blood. Rojões à moda do Minho are made with pork, potatoes, pork tripe, pork liver and fried pork blood.
Soups Canja (chicken soup) is made of chicken and pasta . Caldo Verde is made of green cabbage, potatoes and smoked sausage .
Traditional food of Porto Tripas à moda do Porto is made with white beans, pork meat, smoked sausages and tripe. Cozido à Portuguesa is made with potatoes, pork meat, cabbage, carrots and smoked sausages .
Traditional food of Trás os Montes Feijoada transmontana is made with red beans, pork, smoked sausages, carrots and cabbage. Alheira de Mirandela is made with a smoked sausage, a fried egg, potatoes and vegetables .
Traditional fish food Sardines are grilled and served with potatoes and salad. Codfish is baked in the oven and served with baked potatoes and vegetables
Traditional food of Alentejo Açorda alentejana is a soup of bread, a boiled egg and herbs. Carne de porco à alentejana is made of pork, potatoes and sea food.
Traditional food of Algarve Ameijoas na cataplana is a sea food dish. Bife de atum is a tuna fish steak with potatoes and vegetables.
Sweets Clarinhas de Fão is a traditional cake of Minho. Pastel de nata or pastel de Belém is a very traditional cake of Lisbon. Sweets of Algarve made of almonds.
Portuguese Typical Cakes Aveiro’s soft eggs Bolo-rei is the typical Christmas cake Folar is the Easter’s Cake usually offered to one’s godson or goddaughter . Pão-de -ló is the traditional cake of Easter.
<ul><li>Christmas and New Year </li></ul>During Christmas we eat codfish and turkey. It’s tasty… Rabanadas , sopa dourada and sonhos are traditional Christmas cakes .