Cozido à Portuguesa refers to one of the common meat dish from Portugal which is a sort of hot pot of beef, sausages, potatoes, vegetables and rice. Cozido à Portuguesa originated from the Beira region of Portugal and it is cooked using pork and beef and in some areas in Portugal, chicken is also added together with varieties of vegetables like carrots, cabbages and turnip. Usually, Portuguese sausages like Chourico, Farinheira and Morcela and also potatoes and rice are also used as supplements along with the Cozido preparation. Cozido is more popular in Spain and is a prominent part of the Spanish diet, however, it initially evolved in the Portuguese terrain and therefore has continued to remain a well loved delicacy among the people of Portugal.