Portuguese Creamy Maria Biscuits Cake Recipe
This delicious 4 ingredient Portuguese creamy Maria biscuits cake recipe (bolo de bolacha Maria cremoso) is very easy to make and needs no baking.
Homemade Portuguese Linguica Sausage | Kitchen Dreaming
Linguica is a Portuguese mild sausage. Chourico is its spicy twin made different only by the addition of hot peppers. This recipe yields 5 pounds of sausage.
Bifanas ~ Portuguese Pork Sandwiches
These bifanas are traditional Portuguese pork sandwiches made with thin slices of pork, a white wine paprika marinade, and papo secos.
Best Portuguese Chourico Sandwiches Ever (Family Recipe)
A slightly sweet, spicy, and delicious sauteed ground Portuguese Chourico Sandwich recipe that uses beer, TABASCO Sauce, and tomato paste.
Portuguese Baked Cod Fritters Recipe
This is a healthier alternative to making delicious Portuguese cod fritters (pastéis de bacalhau no forno) by baking them instead of frying them.
Traditional Portuguese Piri Piri Sauce for Chicken and Seafood Recipe
This recipe originates from a restaurant, Roasty Chicken Churrasqueira, located in the town of Maple, Ontario, Canada. Piri Piri sauces are used in Portuguese and African cooking. I fell in love with churrasqueira chicken after trying it in a local restaurant in my home town. I think this sauce is the best of it's kind that I've tried. This recipe will make about 1 cup of sauce.
Bacalhau à Brás
A classic recipe in Portugal, this bacalhau a bras combines scrambled eggs filled with fried potatoes and shards of salt cod. On top: olives and parsley.
Portuguese Custard Tarts (Pasteis de Nata)
Portuguese Custard Tarts, or Pasteis de Nata, are a flaky dessert that migrated to Macau and became a local favorite. Our recipe has been extensively tested!
Portuguese Cavacas - Portuguese Popovers - Azorean Green Bean
This delicious dessert, commonly known as a popover, will taste as good as it looks. It's easy to make, easy to serve, and is loved by everyone.
Portuguese Pot Roast in Wine & Garlic
This recipe is from Leite's Culinaria. It is wonderful. I grew up with this type of pot roast made by my grandfather. It may seem like a lot of ingredients and work, but well worth it! Chourice can be found in some local market chains or on the net at Gaspars.com