The "Pão Alentejano com Cabeça" is a specific variety of bread originating from the Alentejo region in Portugal. It is characterized by its round shape with a small portion of dough on the top, known as the "cabeça" (head). The "Pão Alentejano com Cabeça" has a crunchy crust and a soft interior, making it highly appreciated in traditional Portuguese cuisine.
COMMERCIAL DESIGNATION: Pão Alentejano Com Cabeça
UNIT WEIGHTS: 400g, 800g, and 3kg
INGREDIENTS: Type 65 Wheat Flour, Water, and Salt
ALLERGENS: Contains Gluten
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