Clams, spicy sausage, onions, tomatoes, garlic, and aromatics meld in a Portuguese cataplana, a sorta precursor of the pressure cooker
Known as maionese de leite in Portuguese, milk mayonnaise–you heard us–is an incredibly creamy, eggless emulsion held together by oil, milk (natch), and a lotta love.
We think these conversation-starting cookies defy the laws of physics. We think you’ll agree when you experience what big flavors they flaunt for something so thin.
Signing his first cookbook, David Leite is unsure of where to place his John Hancock. A frantic search through books in his library turns up the answer.
For this dip, green olives are stirred into an eggless ‘mayonnaise’ made with milk, oil, anchovies, garlic, and white pepper. A tasty Portuguese olive dip.
Salt cod, a Portuguese classic, is given a modern twist in this recipe for hash made of potato, onion, and bell pepper, courtesy of Horatius Restaurant.
These small cakes, called queques, are flavored with a hint of citrus–lemon and orange. Have them for breakfast, tea, or as a pick-me-up with espresso.
This adaptation of a contemporary Portuguese recipe from chic restaurants has lots of shrimp, spinach, and cured ham in a creamy, port-flavored sauce.
Rabbit Hunter Style is a favorite dish in Portugal. This Portuguese recipe is rich with rabbit (or chicken), bacon, tomatoes, onions, and mushrooms.
Similar to Middle Eastern kibbeh, these beef-and-bulgar croquettes are seasoned with oregano and mint and served with a tangy yogurt-mint sauce.
Creamy custard is shot through with tea flavor for an unusual take on the classic Portuguese flan. A caramel top gives the dessert its depth and sweetness.
Earthy black-eyed peas, Portuguese tuna, sliced onion, garlic, and parsley are tossed together in a vinegar-y salad dressing for a quick, nutritious salad.
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