Throughout history, this soup was known as soup of the poor. Onions were plentiful and stale bread was used instead of wasted. The modern version of this soup is covered in cheese which makes it a little bit more costly!
Because our furry friends need homemade too!
Gnocchi are thick, soft dough dumplings made from wheat flour, egg, cheese, potatoes.
Malassada is a Portuguese confection, made of egg-sized balls of yeast dough that are deep-fried in oil and coated with granulated sugar and cinnamon.
Cake and cheesecake in one.
I like to make this in small batches and freeze. It is good for a quick lunch or as a side dish!
This is my favourite dessert. Please do not be intimidated by the torch, it is a very simple tool to use.
These are traditional from Furnas, a town in Sao Miguel, Azores. I like to eat them plain but back home you can get sandwiches made with bolos in certain restaurants in Furnas. Deliciously simple but a little time consuming. Ingredients: For the yeast: 3 tbsp. flour 1 cup warm water 3 tbsp. yeast 1 tsp. sugar…
Soft and chewy brownies that are very easy to make!
Codfish is not only versatile but it is very tasty as well. Enjoy!
I never say no a sweet bread!
A traditional recipe from the Azores. Sweet Rice and Sweet Bread are always found at every religious celebration.