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Costela de Porco Assada

Mosaico de Receitas: Costela de Porco Assada

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Chicken and Chorizo Rice

Chicken and Chorizo Rice: INGREDIENTS: 2 tbsp. olive oil 1 medium onion, diced 2 cloves of garlic, minced 4 boneless, skinless chicken thighs 3-4 tbsp. herbs de provence 1.25 pounds of chorizo sausage, casings removed 3 tbsp. tomato paste 2 cups white rice (already cooked) 1 cup frozen peas, thawed Salt and pepper, to taste

Check out why the Bifana has been hailed as the most delicious pork sandwich in Portugal! Believe us, it's amazing.

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Pollo en Salsa de Champiñones, Bacon, Nata y Vino Blanco

Pollo en Salsa de Champiñones, Bacon (panceta, tocino o tocineta), Nata y Vino Blanco: ¡Simplemente delicioso! Perfecto para acompañarlo de arroz, pasta o de un buen pan para mojar la salsa.

Bolo de Bolacha literally means Cookie/Biscuit Cake. Well, I'm not sure you can label it as a cake as I traditionally have the idea of a cake being something that is baked but I guess a dessert should fit. It is a traditional portuguese dessert and, if I may say my two cents about it, it's really good and heavily caloric. In my mind, this is that one thing you eat when a) you're dying for a dessert; b) you're in the need for comfort food; c) you just don't care about calories. This being said, I reduced the amount of butter in my recipe so you could actually get the flavour out of all the layers of this dessert (I personally love the flavour of biscuits and coffee together!). Have fun trying this recipe! Não tenho a certeza se é possível classificar isto como um 'bolo' já que tenho a ideia tradicional de que um bolo é algo que é cozido mas acho que 'doce' serve. É uma sobremesa tradicional portuguesa e, se é que posso dar a minha opinião, é muito bom e altamente calórico. Na minha mente, isto é aquilo que se come se a)estiveres a morrer por uma sobremesa; b)estiveres a precisar de comida de conforto; c)simplesmente não te importares com calorias. Dito isto, reduzi a quantidade de manteiga na minha receita para se poder ter todo o sabor das várias camadas desta sobremesa (eu pessoalmente adoro o sabor das bolachas e do café juntos!). Divirtam-se a experimentar esta receita! Ingredients: Ingredientes: 300 g Maria cookies (also known as 'Rich Tea') 300g de Bolacha Maria 250g butter 250g de manteiga 300g sugar 300g de açúcar 300g soluble coffee 300 g de café solúvel Start by grinding 20g of Maria cookies so that it is as thin as possible. Set aside. Add the butter to room temperature, sugar and 1 tablespoon of dissolved coffee. Make sure you get an homogeneous cream. Set aside. Soak the remaining biscuits in dissolved coffee slightly and make alternate layers with the cream previously made. Finish with cream, sprinkle with the grated cookies. Refrigerate. Comece por triturar 20g de bolacha Maria por forma a que fique o mais fina possível. Reserve. Junte a manteiga à temperatura ambiente, o açúcar e 1 colher de sopa de café dissolvido. Certifique-se que obtém um creme homogéneo. Reserve. Demolhe as restantes bolachas ligeiramente no café preparado e faça camadas alternadas com o creme reservado. Finalize com o creme, polvilhe com a bolacha ralada reservada. Leve ao frigorífico.

Portuguese Orange Roll An orange roll has very few ingredients and no flour at all. It might sound strange but this specific kind of roll doesn't need it. There are a lot of different kinds of rolls and it is a rather common dessert in Portugal. It is fresh and light.

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Oven-Roasted Spareribs and Potatoes (Entrecosto no Forno)

Entrecosto no Forno (Portuguese Braised Spareribs and Potatoes) | SAVEUR

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Restaurant Week SP: receita do bacalhau à moda do convento do Antiquarius

Receita do bacalhau à moda do convento do Antiquarius