Queijo da Serra refers to the most popular cheese from Portugal particularly from the region of Serra da Estrela. Queijo da Serra is a semi-hard high fat cheese made from sheep or goat's milk. Portugal's most typical desserts include cinnamon-flavored rice pudding, flan, and caramel custard, but they also often include a variety of cheese including Queijo da Serra.

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