Clams swimming in a vibrant red broth bring a perfect balance of tang and heat! This Portuguese Spiced Clams dish is the perfect cold weather meal. You definitely need some rustic bread to swipe that delicious sauce off the bowl and a good Vinho Verde wine for pairing. And it takes less than 15 minutes to put it together.
In case your healthy resolutions have fallen through, we have another idea for you that is fun and totally doable. Resolve to drink new grapes this year. Explore varietals that are new to you. For us, that means becoming more familiar with Portuguese grapes and their wines.
A hearty Portuguese soup is packed with beans, linguica, and vegetables for a hearty one pot meal.
Similar to a curry, this coconut saffron chicken is easy to bake and enjoy.
Served with a big hunk of rustic bread, this simple, savory soup is a great alternative to a stew or chili.
These sweet, dense muffin-like treats are nothing like the flavorless, cardboard-y rice cakes found in grocery stores here in the States.
This is a heavy Portuguese dish for lazy weekends when you have the whole day to dedicate to cooking and eating.
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.
Four garlic cloves and two tablespoons salt, a mound of paprika, and 3 tablespoons of chili paste mixed together makes this taste delish.
This Portuguese version of a risotto has hints of bitter from the turnip greens and sour from the vinegar.
Although Italian and French wines often play the main role, Portuguese wines are not be outdone in terms of quality, variety and taste.
Brenda Benoit visited the Old Lisbon Restaurant in Coral Way some time ago, and decided to try the newer location on Sunset Drive.
Cuttlefish – simply, but deliciously, prepared to throw on a hot grill. A perfect summer dish.
Rochelle Ramos serves up some Portuguese comfort food of smokey sausage, spring peas and eggs.
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.