Dom Rodrigo is considered the king of the pastry, in Algarve. The name comes from a friar from a monastery in Lagos, responsible for this original recipe, who envisioned a perfect blend of yarns, fresh eggs, almond kernels, cinnamon and sugar, wrapped in colored paper.
Since 1837, this area or this shop in particular has been offering a signature dessert people come from all around the globe to taste: "Pasteis De Belem". The simple recipe has had various alterations in the Portuguese pastel arias (pastry shops) and padarias (bakeries), in the shape of the pastry cup and the filling. Some prefer the cream slightly…
Piriquita's is one of the ex-libris of Sintra, with an important role in the pastry of this region, presenting a quality high standard, which is required because it is located in one of the most touristic places in Portugal.
Le melon de Lectoure
Via Monte, Algarve by Thema Hotels, Portugal
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Folar de Páscoa ("Eastern Folar") - Originally called folore, this cake is part of Portuguese eastern tradition and celebrates friendship and reconciliation. During the Easter, godsons usually offer a bunch of violets to godmothers and she returns by offering a folar.
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