Bolo do caco

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Bolo do caco
Vendedores de Bolo do Caco, Funchal, Madeira - Jan 2012.jpg
Typical bolo do caco stand in Madeira
Place of origin Madeira Island Madeira
Portugal Portugal
Main ingredients Salt, Sweet potato, Sugar, Flour, Yeast
Cookbook: Bolo do caco  Media: Bolo do caco

Bolo do caco is a flat, circular bread, shaped like a cake and thus called bolo (Portuguese for 'cake'). It is traditionally cooked on a caco, a flat basalt stone slab. The bread is usually served with garlic butter,[1] or eaten as a sandwich with octopus, espetada, milho frito or as a prego (steak) sandwich.

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  1. ^ ""BOLO DO CACO" BREAD". Retrieved 19 January 2017.