Cozido refers to a Portuguese cooking term which means "boiled" or "steamed". In Portugal, Cozido also refers to "stew", examples of Portugal's popular Cozidos are: Arroz de Cozido. Dobradinha (tripe stew), and Cozido à Portuguesa, among many others.

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