Bacalao



codfish, especially when dried and salted.
a dish of this, cooked with a tomato sauce, olives, garlic, etc.
Historical Examples

Unfortunately it is not called bacalao till after it is dried, but Piscado.
Twenty-Five Years in the Rifle Brigade William Surtees

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