Portuguese cuisine is one of the most influential in the world.
Consider these internationally recognized dishes...
- In 1543, a Chinese ship with 3 Portuguese was blown off course on their way to Macau and landed in Japan. Before the Portuguese were banished in 1639, they left a battered and fried green bean recipe called peixinhos da horta. Today, in Japan, it’s called tempura and has been a staple of the country’s cuisine ever since.
- When the Portuguese turned up in Goa, India, where they stayed until 1961, they cooked a garlicky, wine-spiked pork dish called carne de vinha d’alhos, which was adapted to vindaloo, one of the most popular Indian dishes today.
- Egg tarts in Macau and southern China are direct descendants of the egg tarts found in Lisbon bakeries.
- Brazil’s national dish, feijoada, a stew with beans and pork, has its origins in the northern Portuguese region of Minho
- In Malaysia, several staples, including the spicy stew debal, hail from past Portuguese traders
You see this cross-pollination of ideas in every aspect of life. That's what contributes to diversity. Often, with a result that's even better than the original.
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