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Frango no Churrasco

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Basically, Frango no Churrasco is grilled chicken. Churrasco is a Portuguese and Spanish term referring to beef or grilled meat more generally, differing across Latin America and Europe, but a principal ingredient in the cuisines of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Nicaragua, Uruguay, and other Latin American countries. The related term churrascaria (or churrasqueria) is mostly understood to be a steakhouse.

In Portugal, Frango de Churrasco with piri piri (a kind of salty roasted chicken cooked on the churrasqueira, spiced with hot red chili sauce) is very popular and appreciated. Portuguese churrasco and chicken dishes are very popular in countries with Portuguese communities, such as Canada, Australia, United States, Venezuela and South Africa. Popular for its all-you-can-eat buffets, the Chopperia chain of churrasco restaurants may be found throughout Lisbon and in other large cities. Frango no Churrasco is often served with some salad, potatoes and rice. Also it goes well with some lemon slices.



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References

Churrasco, en.wikipedia.org

Frango no churrasco à portuguesa, elvirabistrot.blogspot.com

Churrasco de Frango, www.bhg.com