Portuguese Desserts & Cakes
A photo gallery of some of the most traditional and tasty sweets highlighting the best that Portuguese Cuisine has to offer in terms of desserts and other pastries
Taste Of Portugal: 15 Best Desserts You Can't Afford To Miss - via eTramping 15.08.2014 | Although I mostly explored Lisbon and Fatima, after a few days and decent treats I can say that I’m a big fan of Portuguese cuisine – more precisely Portuguese desserts! There were plenty of bakeries and pastry shops around selling heavy on cream, egg yolks and sugar goodies. The whole city is filled with charming chocolaterias and yummy-looking galaterias.
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Queijadas de Amendoa | Traditional Flavours #Portugal - Cheesecakes Almond
Queijada de Requeijão (Curd Cheesecake) - Evora and Portugal ... trying its curd cheesecakes which reminded us a bit of the Cantabria quesada – absolutely delicious! Definitely one to try baking at home Totally Spain Portugal Portuguese Lisbon vacation trip holiday
Biscoitos Portuguese Bisquit Cookies!! yay finally some portuguese recipies
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BISCOITOS / PORTUGUESE BISCUITS 1/2 cup of sugar 1/2 stick of butter 3 eggs 3 cups of flour 2 tsp baking soda Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Lightly grease a cookie sheet. Melt the butter and allow to cool a little. In a bowl, mix the sugar and melted butter together well with a fork. Add the eggs and blend well with fork or whisk.
Portuguese Biscuits~Super easy recipe
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Queijadas de tentúgal - made with fresh cheese, a sweet tart. No point describing, you must try it! #portuguese #delight #sweet #dessert #delicious
Portuguese Delights, "Doces do Algarve", made out of almonds and marzipan.