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These sausage, ham, and cheese loaves are a hearty, traditional Portuguese bread, that is made with presunto, chouriço, and semi-firm sheep’s milk cheese
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They can also be made into rolls. From | The New Portuguese Table | Clarkson Potter, 2009 Every Saturday when I was growing up, my mother would go to the local Portuguese bakery and buy a dozen chouriço rolls—torpedo-shaped logs stuffed with sausage. By Monday, they would be gone, mostly due to me. To dress up my childhood classic, I added presunto and cheese, and sometimes sautéed onions and garlic, to the dough. And I form the rolls into round loaves because I think they look more elegant on the table.–David Leite Portuguese Sausage, Ham, and Cheese Loaves Quick Glance...