Family Recipe: Roasted Turkey and Rice with Raisins, Pine Nuts, and Almonds

These two recipes will allow you to embark on a culinary odyssey, through time, as they come from an old family book. Hidden within...

Alentejo’s Açorda Recipe

Bread, water, garlic, olive oil, coriander and egg. That’s it. No, I’m not kidding, that’s how you make one of Portugal’s most beloved dishes....

Portuguese Lamb Stew Recipe: Ensopado de Borrego

Lamb meat, which is very tender and succulent, is one of the most produced meats in Alentejo. The stew is the most popular dish...

Arroz Doce: The Classic Portuguese Rice Pudding Recipe

Arroz doce, a beloved Portuguese rice pudding, has a rich history dating back to the sixth century BC. Initially, records show rice boiled in...

Portuguese French Toast: Easy Christmas Rabanadas Recipe

A Christmas dessert from the 15th century, the traditional "rabanada" recipe has been passed through generations without much change. It remains one of the...

The Prego: A Classic Portuguese Sandwich

The Prego: A Classic Portuguese Sandwich The prego sandwich is one of the ultimate comfort foods in Portugal. Served both as a simple bar snack...

Portuguese Roupa Velha Recipe for Christmas Dinner Leftovers

While the star of the show tends to be the Christmas Eve cod on December 24, the traditional Christmas Day lunch does not disappoint....

Portuguese Christmas Eve Cod: Homemade Traditional Recipe

Cod is a Portuguese national treasure, connected to its history, from the discoveries to the Estado Novo. Despite the hundreds of ways to make...

Alentejo’s Migas with Black Pork Recipe

When was the last time you went to a restaurant and ordered old bread? What if I told you the Alentejo region has a...
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