Linguica is a coarse sausage usually served grilled. It is a
Portuguese cured pork sausage seasoned with onions, garlic, and paprika. Like many other sausages, Linguica is generally served as part of a heavy meal, typically accompanied by rice, beans, and other pork products.
Linguica is one of the best traditional products in Portugal.
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