Traditionally known as stuffed Bucho, DOM Bucho is much more than a typical dish, it is a proof of love for Beira's gastronomy and Portuguese tradition.
DOM BUCHO’s FROM SERTÃ RECIPE
Poultry and pork DOM Almu is the basis of our stuffed DOM Bucho. Add bread, ham, eggs, and natural orange juice and you have a filling that is filling, soft, and sweet.
HOW TO PREPAR DOM BUCHO FROM SERTÃ
DOM Bucho is one of the easiest traditional Portuguese delicacies to prepare. Place 15 minutes in the oven at 170 ºC, wrapped in an aluminum foil or parchment paper. Open the paper and let the skin toast for another 5 to 10 minutes.
HOW TO SERVE DOM BUCHO FROM SERTÃ
Cut DOM Bucho stuffed into wide slices and serve this delicious delicacy of ours accompanied by orange slices and seasonal salad or vegetables.
The Bucho Stuffed is recognized today as an essential element in the Beira gastronomy. This traditional Portuguese delicacy has traveled over generations and has adapted to the greater or lesser scarcity of food and the habits of the local population.
The beginning of the 20th century marked forever the identity of Bucho Recheado. Returning from work in other regions (mainly from Alentejo), the people from Sertã brought with them new eating habits that reconciled with the available products in the region of Beira.
Currently it is understood as an unmistakable traditional sausage, representative of the identity of the region and, by its taste and texture, revealing the origins of the people who shaped it.
Sertã is the region where Bucho recheado (stuffed pork sausage) gains identity and territory in national gastronomy.
// DOM Bucho fom Sertã, 850 g is enough for 5 people.
// The skin of DOM Bucho can also be eaten. It's crispy and tasty!
// DOM Bucho from Sertã, like DOM Maranho da Sertã, is one of the simplest and quickest traditional delicacies to prepare. Just bake it 20 minutes in the oven and it's ready to taste.
// You can keep your DOM Bucho in the fridge, there's no need to freeze it.
// DOM Bucho has the "Portugal Sou Eu" stamp. The Portugal Sou Eu program, approved by the Resolution of the Council of Ministers 56/2011, is a program of the Ministry of Economy that aims to enhance the national offer.