Bacalhau a lisbonense literally means "salt cod in the style of Lisbon". This is a dish known in Lisbon, Portugal which is flaked salt cod cooked with julienned onion and potato in lightly scrambled egg.

Bacalhau a lisbonense is pronounced "buh-kuhl-yow ah lees-boh-nehn-suh"

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