Bifanas are Portuguese sandwiches consisting of thinly cut pork slices stuffed in a light, crunchy roll. The pork is marinated in garlic, spices and white wine to give it its juicy flavor before being sautéed or fried in lard. Traditionally a snack food, bifanas are good at any time of the day and can be found in most cafés or snack bars. However, if you’re planning a night out on the town, we recommend pairing it with an ice-cold beer!
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