Simple Portuguese Sweet-Bread Recipe

Dissolve yeast in 1/2 cup lukewarm water Scald milk; pour slowly over beaten eggs Add sugar and butter which have been creamed together Can add 1 teaspoon of lemon extract to milk and egg mixture Mix Continue Reading →

Easy Portuguese Sweet-Bread Recipe

Dissolve yeast in warm water Heat milk and butter until butter melts Pour into mixing bowl containing sugar and salt Cool to lukewarm Add grated peel, eggs and yeast mixture Gradually beat in flour, a Continue Reading →

Portuguese Doughnuts Recipe

Heat oil to 375 degrees (I use electric fry pan) Stir batter ingredients together Dip bread squares into batter Fry in oil until brown on both sides Drain on paper towel Roll in sugar Serve hot Continue Reading →

Malasadas Portuguese Doughnuts Recipe

Dissolve yeast and one teaspoon of sugar in warm water Beat eggs until thick Measure flour into a large bowl, make a well in the center Add yeast, eggs and remaining ingredients, beat thoroughly to fo Continue Reading →

Easy Portuguese Sweetbread Recipe

Bake at 325 degrees for 55 minutes Sprinkle yeast into 1/2 cup very warm water with 1 teaspoon sugar Let stand 10 minutes Heat the milk, butter, salt and remaining sugar in small pan Cool to lukewarm Continue Reading →

Simple Portuguese Sweetbread Recipe

Have all ingredients at room temperature Preheat oven to 350 degrees (325 degrees for glass bakeware) Melt butter and stir in about 2 cups of the milk Beat 7 eggs into the sugar until blended In a lar Continue Reading →

Easy Algarve Sweet-Bread Portuguese Recipe

Beat eggs to lemon color Add sugar, melted butter and yeast Mix and add flour alternating with milk When dough is stiff, knead until it has a satiny sheen Cover and let rise until double in bulk Knead Continue Reading →

Filhozes Portuguese Doughnuts Recipe

Be sure that all ingredients are at room temperature Scald milk Add margarine and sugar Cool Add eggs and yeast Mix with flour until smooth (use hands or large mixer) Batter should be soft Let rise un Continue Reading →

Easy Portuguese Kale Soup Recipe

Saute onions for 10 minutes in 4 tablespoons oil in large kettle When tender, add remaining oil and saute garlic, carrots, and celery Saute for 10 minutes more, stirring often Add water, wine, tomatoe Continue Reading →

Simple Portuguese Soup Recipe

Saute onions and garlic in the oil When they are just transparent, add sausage slices and brown lightly Add beef stock and all other ingredients Bring to boil, stirring often to keep bottom of pan fro Continue Reading →

Simple Portuguese Stew Recipe

Saute diced onion in oil Then add fish fillet (cut in bite-size) Add chopped tomatoes and garlic cloves, parsley to taste Add peeled potatoes in chunk size, salt and pepper to taste, 3 shots Tabasco s Continue Reading →

Simple Portuguese Kale Soup Recipe

Soak beans overnight in cold water In the morning, drain, add the onion, sausage (cut in pieces), kale (broken in pieces), salt, pepper, vinegar and 10 cups water Bring to boil, reduce heat and cook g Continue Reading →

Simple Portuguese Vegetable Soup Recipe

Slice kielbasa in 1/2 inch rings, put in skillet, cover with water and simmer until water is evaporated, but meat is not crisp Cool and chop sausage Pour off any fat from kielbasa, then put olive oil Continue Reading →

Easy Kale from Portugal Portuguese Recipe

Prick and boil the linguica or chorizo Peel potatoes, carrots Slice the longuica after cooked Add everything, but kale Boil until tender, add kale It is preferred to chop the kale Cook until tender Ad Continue Reading →

Simple Portuguese Bean Soup Recipe

Soak beans overnight Boil ham shanks in beer with equal parts of water Add granulated chicken bouillon with pressed garlic Simmer approximately 5 to 6 hours until ham falls off bone Dice ham, using fa Continue Reading →

Simple Bean Soup Portuguese Recipe

Rinse beans and cook in 10 cups of water until you can mash them (Electric mixer is faster!) about 1 hour The more you mash the thicker the soup Add rest of ingredients (add sausage whole, slice befor Continue Reading →

Easy Algarve Kale Soup Portuguese Recipe

Cook meats Clean greens (kale should be partly cooked and drained before adding to soup stock) and potatoes; cook Add pea soup when meats are almost cooked Combine all ingredients and cook for 1 hour Continue Reading →

Simple Portuguese Rice Recipe

Saute onion and garlic in butter Add rice, mix thoroughly In casserole dish spread a thin layer of rice, then chilies, then cheeses Repeat Pour beef broth over layers Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour Continue Reading →

Easy Portuguese Sweet Rice Recipe

In a large pan, combine sugar, milk and bring to a scalding point Add rice and lower heat to medium Stir mixture often and cook for 60-70 minutes Remove from burner and quickly add beaten eggs a littl Continue Reading →

Simple Portuguese Sweet Rice Recipe

Boil rice until almost soft Drain Add fresh water to barely cover rice Add evaporated milk Simmer over very low heat until done Beat 5 eggs with 3/4 cup of sugar Stir into rice until all blended Simme Continue Reading →

Simple Chicken Portuguese Recipe

Rub chicken with garlic and sprinkle with salt, pepper and paprika Put in casserole Mix orange juice, puree, soy sauce, and mustard Add green pepper Pour over chicken Cover and bake in 350 degree oven Continue Reading →

Simple Portuguese Beans Recipe

Cook beans in water until done In frying pan, put bacon grease and sauce 1/2 cup chopped onions (or to your taste), until limp Add 1 tablespoon cumin powder and 1 (8 ounce) can tomato sauce Pour into Continue Reading →

Simple Portuguese Easter Bread Recipe

Put the scalded milk in a large bowl and dissolve the butter and sugar Add the yeast and the beaten eggs Mix well Add the flavoring, salt, sugar, spice and flour; mix well Knead 15 to 20 minutes on a Continue Reading →

Simple Portuguese Sighs Recipe

Mix the almonds with the powdered sugar Add the salt to the egg white, beat until stiff Combine the beaten egg with the almond and sugar mixture Drop from a teaspoon, 1 inch apart, on a well-greased a Continue Reading →