Milho Frito

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Milho Frito
Espada com banana.jpg
Milho Frito with Espada and banana
Type Served with Main (usually)
Place of origin
Portugal
Region or state
Madeira
Serving temperature
Hot
Main ingredients
Corn
Cookbook:Milho Frito  Milho Frito

Milho Frito (fried corn in English) is a typical Madeira side dish made of corn, kale or collard greens (finely sliced), water, garlic and olive oil mixed together and then fried. It is usually served with Espetada and other regional dishes in Madeira. It is usually cut into cubes and fried, it can be said to be similar to polenta but is in fact a traditional side dish in Madeira.[1]

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