Feijoada (European Portuguese: Bazilian Portuguese:is a stew of beans with beef and
pork, which is a typical dish in Portuguese and Brazilian cuisine. It is also typical
dish in Macau, Angola, Mozambique, Goa, and other former Portuguese colonies.
In Brazil, feijoada is considered by many as the national dish. Feijoada was brought
to South America by the Portuguese, based in ancient Feijoada recipes from the Portuguese
regions of Beira, Estremadura