A no-fuss meal, this Portuguese salad–full of meaty chickpeas and flakes of salt cod–is tossed in a cider vinegar dressing and topped with chopped egg.
One of the most beloved snacks in Portugal, these little fried turnovers are filled with shrimp in a creamy white sauce that has a slight kick of heat to it.
Tuna is marinated in peppers, garlic, and vinegar, sauteed with onions, and then tucked into pastry and fried. Oh yeah.
Legal Sea Foods brings together all the ingredients of Portugal — onion, garlic, shellfish, cod, sausage, and tomatoes — in this delicious mariner stew.
Don’t be so certain that you don’t care for a tomato-y chowder until you try this traditional Portuguese-style chowder.
From the former Portuguese colony of Mozambique comes fiery prawns, subtly sweet coconut rice, and a soothing coconut and peanut sauce.
One of Portugal’s most beloved dishes, these deep-fried fritters are a melding of salt cod, potato, and onion that are readily devoured.
A simple hot pepper sauce made from piri-piri peppers brings big flavor to shrimp in mere minutes. Those Portuguese know what they’re doing.
Baked oysters with spinach, parsley, or watercress was a seaside trend in the early 20th century, and a classic in modern times.
A late-summer classic, this corn chowder is replete with corn, potatoes, onion, and bacon. Mmm mmm good.
For this specialty of Portugal, seared marinated pork and fresh clams meet in a spice-filled broth. Serve over fried potatoes cubes as the Portuguese do.
Scrubbing shrimp with salt cleans them. Marinating shrimp in vodka lends sweetness to them. Who knew?!
Batali stuffs his fresh calamari with Italian pantry staples and then tosses them on the grill. Bella!
This special treat combines of layered big, succulent sea scallops and fragrant black truffles–both of which are encased in spinach and puff pastry.
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