You don’t really need a recipe to make this tantalizing appetizer, you just needed someone to put the mouther-watering idea in your head.
Try these sweet, seasonal treats for a grab-and-go breakfast that will brighten your morning.
These sweet, dense muffin-like treats are nothing like the flavorless, cardboard-y rice cakes found in grocery stores here in the States.
The Portuguese version of steak and eggs, called bitoque con molho, isn’t eaten for breakfast — which means you can serve French fries alongside it.
This is a heavy Portuguese dish for lazy weekends when you have the whole day to dedicate to cooking and eating.
This isn’t really a cake, but some occasions call for stacking your multi-flavored donuts and topping them with all the fixings.
This cool summer soup is a veritable celebration of tomatoes for true fans of the garden goodie.
Serve these crispy blossoms alongside a fresh garden salad, fresh fish or just by themselves.
Just add a little sugar to pull out the juices, and a little mint to make it refreshing on a hot day. Simple, easy, and naturally delicious.
Toasting the spices for this recipe wasn’t hard at all, just watch them, about 5 minutes tops and they are done. They also make your house smell wonderful.
Imagine sweet delicate crab meat mixed in a cool creamy sauce with hints of briny tangy flavor. It tastes like it belongs ocean side during the summer.
When the apple butter is done, try some on a bit of toasted bread before you store it in the freezer. Warm apple butter on toast is wonderful.
Four garlic cloves and two tablespoons salt, a mound of paprika, and 3 tablespoons of chili paste mixed together makes this taste delish.
What do you do when you find out that you’re chosen to take this beautifully sweet fruit and turn it into an entree?
Bright clementine zest and warm cinnamon, sweetened with pomegranate syrup in a delightful biscotti.
Hints of sweet, salty and creamy all stuffed into one delicious mushroom. So perfect.
Rochelle Ramos shares with us the secret of making perfect deviled eggs.
Tomorrow morning, why not turn the amazing Eggs Benedict into an equally amazing Eggs Royale.
This Portuguese version of a risotto has hints of bitter from the turnip greens and sour from the vinegar.
The flavors of Greece in a burger, slathered with healthy refreshing tzatziki sauce.
Decadent orange brownies with creamy sweet orange caramel drizzled on top.
Portuguese grilling is pretty easy. All that’s needed is a sprinkling of salt and some olive oil before slapping a good fish on a hot grill.
This quick recipe for Chocolate Zucchini Bread Bites is one that should grace every kitchen.
Cuttlefish – simply, but deliciously, prepared to throw on a hot grill. A perfect summer dish.
Candied orange peel dipped in orange flavored chocolate. Looks and tastes great.
Light, fluffy and healthy silver dollar pancakes topped with homemade strawberry syrup and slices of banana.
Rochelle Ramos serves up some Portuguese comfort food of smokey sausage, spring peas and eggs.
An elegantly simple dessert of chocolate crepes wrapped around minty whipped cream.
A simple way to preserve dried little fiery piri piri peppers using oil and whiskey.
Queijadas is Rochelle Ramos’ favorite Portugese way to accessorize an espresso.
An easy and healthy roasted Portuguese salted cod with a clean lemony flavor.