Açorda is a typical Portuguese dish composed of mashed bread with garlic, coriander, olive oil, water, salt and eggs. It is mostly known in the Alentejo region but is also a favourite nationwide. There are many types of açorda, but the most famous one is the Açorda de Marisco (seafood), which includes a selection of fresh seafood in the mix, fusing it with the bread and the tasty seafood sauce.