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.
Brining is a great way to achieve a moist, flavourful turkey.
Time consuming but the end result is absolutely delicious!
Whenever I have any meat leftover, I make pot pies and freeze them for future use.
Light and crusty bread!
This is a traditional Portuguese recipe of Rissois de Camarao. There are some variations of it, this one is my own. It may look intimidating but it is very easy, just a little bit time consuming. I like to start by making the dough and then the filling.
How to prepare Bacalhau à bras, one of the most famous Portuguese recipes: a traditional dish made with salt cod, potatoes and eggs.
This recipe is enough to fill 2 frozen pie shells or one large pie.