Portuguese Custard Tarts - Taste of Artisan
This is the authentic Portuguese Custard Tarts recipe, used by a bakery in Lisbon. The recipe is easy to follow, a few tips will make your tarts a success.
Arroz Doce (Portuguese rice pudding)
Arroz Doce is a Portuguese rice pudding that is thick, creamy, sweet and served semi-set with a generous sprinkling of cinnamon.
Portuguese custard tarts
Make classic Portuguese custard tarts Pastéis de Nata with step-by-step help from the olive test kitchen. Dusting the pastry with icing sugar gives the tarts a golden, caramelised crust when cooked
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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…
Chorizo Rolls | Pão com Chouriço
Show up to a party with steaming hot Portuguese rolls filled with chorizo sausage and not only will you have something to hold onto when you’re not sure what to do with yourself, you’ll draw a crowd.
Caldo verde (Portuguese cabbage soup) recipe
I grew up on caldo. ♥ A traditional favorite Portuguese soup with kale, collard greens, potatoes & chourico
These fish pastries or rissoles are very popular in Portugal, you'll find them in most cafés where they are sold as savoury snacks or as part of a meal usually with white rice and a salad. Mum makes them often and they are perfect to take on a picnic or in a packed lunch. The filling may vary, you can use meat, fish, or seafood (usually prawns but other shelfish is also used.) These pastries are not difficult to make but they do take time which is why when people make them they usually make…