Frango com farofa refers to a Portuguese dish of chicken cooked with a mixture of farofa and olives and served with hard boiled eggs and the giblets of the chicken. It is also a known Brazilian dish.

Frango com farofa is pronounced "frahng-oo kon fah-roh-fuh"

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