Portugal’s Most Iconic Sandwich Is Smothered In Cheese And Sauce | Legendary Eats

The Francesinha was invented in the 1950s at a Porto restaurant called A Regaleira, when a French customer asked for a croque monsieur. This indulgent sandwich now has many variations, but they all include a stack of ham, steak, sausage, and cheese, covered in a tangy tomato sauce. We visited Cafe Santiago, who makes Francesinhas beloved by locals and tourists alike, to see how the iconic sandwich is made.

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Portugal’s Most Iconic Sandwich Is Smothered In Cheese And Sauce | Legendary Eats