Whole or filleted sardines ? prepared with olive or sunflower oil ? Plain or in sauce ? What about vintage sardines? How to make your choice and be sure to discover the best canned sardines?
Portuguese gastronomy leaves a lot of room for desserts. I have chosen for you those that are most often served at Christmas and I have translated the most authentic recipes: Bolo Rei - Bolo Rainha - Arroz Doce - Filhós - Fatias Douradas - Fios de ovos - Pão de Ló - Pudim de Ovos - Pasteis de Nata - Baba de Camelo - Bolo de bolacha - Bola de Berlim - Pão de Deus...
Just like wine, olive oil can be perceived as a very common product or, on the contrary, as a complex product influenced by olive varieties, terroir, cultivation and production methods, blends... Here are some keys to find your way around.
It is on the island of São Miguel in the Azores that there are two unique tea plantations, the "Gorreana" plantation and the "Porto Formoso" plantation, which are the only ones to grow tea in Europe.
Originating from the Algarve, cataplana is a cooking kitchenware that gives its name to a large number of very popular dishes in Southern Portugal. A Cataplana is very easy to use, allows you to cook healthy while preserving the taste of all foods and can be used for a large number of recipes based on fish, shellfish, shellfish, meat, and even mixtures! Discover its use and some recipes!