Galinha à portuguesa
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|Place of origin||Portuguese Macau|
|Invented||Between 16th century and 18th century|
|Ingredients generally used||rice|
Portuguese chicken (traditional Chinese: 葡國雞; simplified Chinese: 葡国鸡), also known as Portuguese-style chicken or galinha à portuguesa (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɡɐˈɫĩɲ aː puɾtuˈɣezɐ]) is a dish found in Macanese cuisine.
- Levitt, Alice (28 December 2016). "Our Latest Obsession: Portuguese Chicken at Wing Kee Restaurant". Houstonia. SagaCity Media. Retrieved 7 March 2018.
- Hom, Ken. "Galinha à Portuguesa". BBC Food. Retrieved 6 March 2018.
- "Preserving the food of Macau -- and family recipes -- at Fat Rice". The Splendid Table. 21 February 2014. Retrieved 7 March 2018.
I think the po kok gai is one of the best examples -- that translates into 'Portuguese chicken.' Interestingly enough, you'll never find this dish in Portugal.
- Kwan, Michael (22 March 2016). "Exploring Hong Kong-Style Cafes: Copa Cafe Richmond". Tourism Richmond. Retrieved 7 March 2018.
The Portuguese sauce is like a mild yellow curry and it’s not meant to be spicy at all.
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