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Bacalhau Aveiro in Caldeirada sauce

Bacalhau Aveiro in Caldeirada sauce

Regular price € 3,95 EUR
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Unit price 32,92€  per  kg
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Kompetente Beratung

Kompetente Beratung

High-quality stockfish without artificial additives, only with fresh onions and fresh tomatoes, seasoned medium hot - this is how the pure taste of the Portuguese Bacalhau from AveiroTuna shows and combined in such a way that you can taste every taste. That's all it takes to bring that Portugal feeling into your own four walls with "Saudade".

TIP: Also available in the mixed 3-piece collection at a special price.

  • Net Weight: 120g
  • Drained weight: 78 g
    Bacalhau in Madeira

    Ingredients & Allergens

    Ingredients: Bacalhau (cod) 60% , olive oil 28%, tomato pulp 7%, onions 2%, pepper, spices, salt

    nutritional values

    Nutritional information per 100g

    Calories: 2049 Kj / 490Kcal
    Fat: 43g
    Of which saturated fatty acids: 6.2g
    Carbohydrates: 0.7g
    Of which sugar: 0.6 g
    Protein: 24g
    Salt: 1.6 g


    Portugal's national dish is definitely bacalhau, which means stockfish. The fish, preserved by drying, used to be decried as "poor people's food", but today it enjoys great reputation in its homeland and far beyond the borders of Portugal. The average Portuguese eats seven kilograms of dried bacalhau per year and this is processed in the form of salads, soups, appetizers, main courses and desserts.

    Cod fishing probably started in Norway and Iceland as early as the 9th century. From the 15th century, the Portuguese also started trading in cod (bacalhau). The dried and salted and cod kept for more than four months without losing any nutrients or proteins. It was very important for the Portuguese at the time of the discovery of the world (Descobrimentos). The Portuguese were also the first to fish bacalhau off the coast of Newfoundland. At that time, cod accounted for ten percent of the fish trade in Portugal.

    So if you have something “Saudade” again and are reminiscing about wonderful Portugal, simply open a delicious Vinho Verde and treat yourself to one of the Bacalhau variations from AveiroTuna that taste of sun, sea, holidays and Mediterranean joie de vivre.

    Manufacturer's address: Empresa de Pesca de Aveiro, AveiroTuna, Cais dos Bacalhoeiros, 3830-553, Gafanha da Nazaré, Portugal


    The Portuguese were the first to introduce bacalhau into their diet. They discovered the fish in the 15th century and at the time needed food that was non-perishable and could survive long voyages across the Atlantic, lasting up to three months.
    They experimented with different types of fish off the Portuguese coast, but found the ideal fish near the North Pole. They also started the bacalhau fishery in Newfoundland (Canada), discovered in 1497. As early as 1496, in the reign of King D. Manuel, tithes were ordered to be collected from Newfoundland fisheries in the ports between Douro and Minho. Besides Newfoundland, Africa was another important point for the bacalhau fishery. Bacalhau was immediately incorporated into the Portuguese diet and is still part of our traditions today. The Portuguese are the world's biggest consumers of bacalhau, whom they affectionately call "loyal friend".
    His popularity made him approachable and for this reason the phrase "for whom Bacalhau is enough" came about. Today this situation has changed and a good bacalhau, especially before Christmas, reaches high prices.

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