Queijada

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A queijada from the Azores
Queijada
Type Confectionery
Place of origin Portugal
Main ingredients cheese, milk, sugar, eggs

Queijada is a type of sweet made most famously in Sintra, Portugal. It is a small sweet prepared using cheese or requeijão, eggs, milk, and powdered sugar. Other queijadas are produced in Madeira, Azores, Oeiras, Évora and Pereira (Montemor-o-Velho).

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