Traditionally, a copper cataplana pot is used to steam and serve this family-style meal but you can use whatever you have on hand. Assembled with a garlicy red pepper sauce, tomatoes, chorizo and an array of seafood, it makes an incredible presentation when you pop the lid to reveal the finished steaming stew.
Portuguese Seafood & Fish Cataplana Recipe | Yummly
Portuguese Seafood & Fish Cataplana With Clams, Tiger Shrimp, Steaks, Potatoes, Onion, Garlic, Tomatoes, Red Pepper, Olive Oil, Sea Salt, Italian Parsley, Bay Leaves, White Wine, Tomato Paste, Parsley
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This dish takes its name from the traditional Portuguese cooking vessel. Becky and I visited the Algarve to attend a Wedding in Villamoura and while we were there, we visited…
Cataplana With Halibut Steaks Chorizos Jumbo Prawns and Manila Clams
Cataplana, is actually refer to both the name of the dish and the cooking vessel the dish cooked in it, much like tagine in Moroccan cooking. But, unlike tagine dishes, cataplana is much more simple...
Cataplana. The story behind the classic Algarve dish and a recipe
But cataplana is a dish in both its meanings - it's a vessel and a meal. The most popular kind of cataplana comes with clams and prawns.