Category: Recipes

Crock Pot Feijoada à Transmontana

Feijoada originated around the 14th century in the Northern region of Portugal. Generally, Feijoada is made with white beans but in the Tras os Montes region, red kidney beans are used. During that time...

Bacalhau de Trás-os-Montes by Oceana Restaurant NYC 1

Bacalhau de Trás-os-Montes by Oceana Restaurant NYC

To showcase the incredible versatility of Portuguese wines with food, Wines of Portugal is launching an exciting new culinary-focused program in the United States this April. The program, known as “10 Chefs / 10...

Bacalhau com Grao – Codfish & Chick Peas with Herb Vinaigrette 0

Bacalhau com Grao – Codfish & Chick Peas with Herb Vinaigrette

Bacalhau com Grao is perfect for your meatless days. This recipe has slow digesting carbs that are good for your diet, fiber and packed with protein! For those of you that observe Lent and...

Bolo Rei – Kings Cake 0

Bolo Rei – Kings Cake

Bolo Rei is Portugal’s king of cakes. It’s traditionally eaten throughout the Christmas season, but mostly on January 6 which is known as King’s day. The date is when the three kings arrived in...

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A Taste of Portugal

When I serve Antipasti before diner, I make an easy and colorful presentation of cheeses and cured meats for my guests. What’s great about this easy appetizer is that is requires no cooking, and...

Frango Churrasco – Portuguese Chicken on a Brick 0

Frango Churrasco – Portuguese Chicken on a Brick

Portuguese “Frango Churrasco” – Barbequed Chicken, is one of the most popular dishes for summer cookouts. There are many different recipes for this dish from using basic salt and pepper to adding oregano and...

Carne de Porco à Alentejana 1

Carne de Porco à Alentejana

Carne de Porco à Alentejana is one of the most traditional Portuguese dishes found on the menus of Portuguese restaurants through out the world.  The dishes name, “Alentejana” meas that the dish comes from...