I named them this way, because I was inspired by the net, I found the recipe on Luisa Alexandra's blog - Portugal
- 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 1 pinch of salt
- 1 cup milk
- 2 tablespoons coconut flakes
- 2 dogs flour
- 150 gr butter yeast as a cherry
- 1 baking powder
- 2 vanilla sugar
- caramelized apricot jam
- whipped cream
Preparation time: less than 15 minutes
METHOD OF PREPARING THE RECIPE Waflles Portuguese:
- Eggs are mixed whole with yeast, soft butter, vanilla sugar, salt, then alternately mixed with flour and milk. At the end add coconut and baking powder.
- bake in the waffle maker, putting a polish of the composition in shape.
- serve with your favorite whipped cream and jam.
if you want you can replace the milk with yogurt, I made the second portion.
Tip in Portugal
An interesting topic for us when we step into a foreign country with a different culture from ours is the tip. We always try to document ourselves, so as not to offend, but most of the time we prefer to leave a tip anyway, to be on the safe side. In Portugal, in particular, tipping is not very common. At least not among the locals. However, we always preferred to leave a small percentage (up to 10% of the value of the bill) which, we were later told by the locals, is very appreciated and expected by foreign tourists. However, the percentage should not be very high, as in other countries, and the tip should come in situations where the customer is very satisfied with the services, not as an obligation.
Between the culinary delights of Portugal, the colorful and lively culture and the beautiful landscapes, it is a delight any holiday in Portugal, be it in cities, on the beach or on the islands, exploring nature. We recommend Portugal for a perfect mix of "all"!
Caldeirada & # 8211 fish stew, a traditional Portuguese product
Top three Portuguese dishes. Recipes you will never give up
The recipes for Portuguese cuisine are simple, full of flavor and, wherever you eat them, they remind you of the chic restaurants in Lisbon.
Here are three recipes for traditional Portuguese food, dishes that we guarantee will be to everyone's liking.
We could stick with lemon
Ingredients: 500 ml milk 4 eggs 4 egg yolks 500g sugar 100g bread crumbs 1 lemon and 1 cinnamon stick
From 200g of sugar, the caramel is made, with which a round, oven-resistant shape will be wallpapered.
Boil the milk with 4-5 pieces of lemon peel and cinnamon. After the milk has boiled, remove the shells and cinnamon.
In a smaller bowl put the eggs, egg yolks, 300g of sugar, lemon juice, bread crumbs and boiled milk, and mix everything until you get a fine cream. The cream is put in the form lined with caramel and put in the preheated oven at 180 degrees, in a tray with 2-3 cups of water for an hour.
Before serving, it is good to let it cool because it is tastier.
Salted pork muscles
Ingredients: 700g salted fatty meat "bacon" 300g green lentils 1 onion 2-3 cloves garlic 2 bay leaves 3-4 tablespoons olive oil pepper and salt
The meat is boiled for half an hour, and in the meantime the lentils are left to soak in water. After boiling, remove the meat to a plate and keep the water for later use.
Heat the olive oil in a saucepan, add the chopped onion and mix until it begins to take on a slightly golden hue. Add the drained lentils, bay leaves and fry for a few minutes.
Put half of hot water and half of the water in which the meat was boiled until the lentils are covered with 2 fingers above. Add the meat, finely chopped garlic, pepper and salt if necessary, cover and cook for another 10-15 minutes until the lentils are ready.
Remove the meat again, slice into appropriate slices and serve with a glass of semi-dry rose wine.
Chickens with shells
Ingredients: 1 large chicken salt pepper cumin optional Indian saffron fresh mint 4 cloves garlic 1 onion 2 large glasses of white wine 9-10 tablespoons olive oil, 2 tomatoes 500 gr. Shells
Cut the chicken into pieces, season with salt, pepper, cumin, saffron, whole mint, garlic and chopped onion, then the wine and leave to cool for 30 minutes.
Fry the chicken and the solid marinade ingredients in the olive oil and keep the liquid.
Add the diced tomatoes, leave for another 2 minutes and add the marinade liquid. Let it boil for another 15-20 minutes.
Add the shells, which have been washed well, cover with a lid and leave to boil until they open. Serve with mashed potatoes and baked pepper salad.
Dancing Lobster, the standard of Portuguese gastronomy in Romania
Dancing Lobster is the first Portuguese restaurant in Bucharest. A refined, authentic restaurant, in which all the details refer to its area of influence - from music, to decorations and to the dishes and drinks on the menu. The page of Portuguese gastronomic culture written by Jose Gaspar at Dancing Lobster will take you to the Atlantic coast, to enjoy fish and seafood as only in the Algarve you can eat!
Jose Gaspar, owner of the Dancing Lobster restaurant.
Portugal has a very special flavor! Its romantic landscapes, the fado rhythms that carry you like in a story, the solar spirit of the people and the special gastronomy, all come together like pieces of tiles (the famous tiles) to give birth to a painting that conquers you!
Jose Gaspar, a Portuguese man in love with his country, wanted to bring some of all this cultural wealth to Romania as well. And to introduce us to the gastronomy of his country in a representative setting.
That's how it was born Dancing Lobster , the only Portuguese seafood and fish restaurant in Bucharest, which he opened together with Rodica Chelea, his life partner.
Dancing Lobster is the first Portuguese restaurant in Bucharest.
A vegetarian dish loved by the locals, an alternative to their cuisine that combines meat and seafood. The fried vegetables after being previously passed through the flour are arranged on the plate in such a way as to take the form of a colorful fish (the name of the dish translates as "garden fish"). The traditional ingredients are green beans marinated with pepper.
Lost: on board the ship, at the time of the sinking, were 100,000 kilograms of gold, 400 Mexican silver bars and almost 500,000 "pieces of eight" or Spanish dollars.
The remains of the Merchant Royal are known as one of the richest shipwrecks ever. The ship left the New World in 1641, loaded with 100,000 pounds of gold, 400 Mexican silver bars, coins and thousands of precious stones. In total, a transport estimated to be worth $ 1.3 billion today. The ship was caught in a storm and was believed to have landed off the coast of Cornwall, England.
Cream cake-Portuguese tarts with egg cream and vanilla
In 2019 I visited Lisbon, and everywhere I went, all the windows were full of Pastais de Nata. I remember eating 4-5 Portuguese tarts a day and I still couldn't get enough of them. These Portuguese-cream pastel tarts or belem pasteis are fragrant, tasty and go well with a rich black coffee and cinnamon. The basket is made of puff pastry, and the cream is a mixture of milk, egg yolks, sugar and cinnamon. They are crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside, they are not too sweet, the cream is fine and slightly burnt, and the combination of tastes is simply extraordinary. Some recipes are vanilla-flavored, others with a little lemon, but apparently no one knows the original-original recipe. If you liked this video recipe and would like to see others like it, please subscribe to my YouTube channel.
Portuguese Cream Cake Ingredients:
- 400 g puff pastry
- 500 ml of milk
- 250 ml water
- 200 g sugar
- 7 yolks
- 60 g flour
- vanilla essence
- cinnamon stick
- lemon peel.
Pastel de Nata preparation - step by step video recipe:
In a saucepan put 300 ml of milk (keep 200 ml for later) lemon peel, cinnamon put the pan on medium heat. Meanwhile, pour the flour in the remaining amount of milk (200 ml) and mix well with the help of the whisk so that you do not have lumps. When the milk reaches the boiling point, pour the composition prepared earlier (milk with flour), stirring vigorously with the whisk. Let the cream cook over medium heat, stirring constantly. When the consistency of the cream thickened, we took the pan off the heat.
Put 200 ml of water and sugar in a kettle, mix until the sugar dissolves. When the syrup starts to boil, let it boil for about 3 minutes. Let it cool a bit and
Put 200 ml of water and sugar in a kettle, mix until the sugar dissolves. When the syrup starts to boil, let it boil for about 3 minutes. Let it cool a little and pour the syrup little by little over the milk cream prepared earlier, stirring constantly with the whisk.
We strain the cream through a sieve, in a graduated cup (we used a graduated cup because it is easier to put the cream) to make sure that it is without lumps. We put a little vanilla essence in it. Gradually add an egg yolk to the cream and mix vigorously, thus avoiding cooking in the warm composition. At the end we add the vanilla essence. Then we take care of the dough. Powder the work table with flour and spread the dough a little. Then we roll it and cut slices of about 1 cm. I got 28 slices. Grease the special tray for muffins with oil. We take a slice of sliced dough and flatten it in the palm, giving it the shape of a disk or spread it with the muffin, then arrange it in the form for muffins-we can wet our fingers with cold water and shape the dough into muffins. Fill the forms with cream to the brim.
Put the cakes in the preheated oven at 220 degrees C for about 15 minutes or until nicely caramelized on top.
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Polish Recipes & # 8211 The Food Connection
Polish recipes in The Food Connection. Here comes our turn, al Urban Flavors, to host the recipes of Polish cuisine, within the project & # 8222International Recipes & # 8211 The Food Connection & # 8221. We started this project on March 15, 2015, inviting 24 culinary bloggers to cook and host recipes specific to a country or region.
Between July 15 and August 15, 2015 we will all cook Polish recipes. Polish cuisine is very little known in our country. Being a country located in northern Europe, Poland has a hearty cuisine, full of meat & poultry, pork, beef and game. They are accompanied by & # 8222 & # 8221 & # 8221 & # 8221 & # 8221 & # 8222 & # 8211 & # 8222 & # 8222; Cream and eggs are also a place of honor in Polish recipes.
Poland is a country with a vast territory, with a harsher climate than ours, with mountains, forests and lakes, opening to the Baltic Sea. Although they are a Slavic people, due to the geographical and historical context the Polish cuisine was influenced by the German, Austrian or even Jewish, Hungarian and Italian. It is interesting how the alliances of the royal houses brought Italian chefs to the Polish Court since the 16th century (1518 & # 8211 through the marriage of the Polish king Sigismund I with the Italian Bona Sforza).
Among the national dishes we can list sausages (salami, sausages & # 8211 kielbasa), bigos & # 8211 a hunting stew of several types of meat and cabbage, gołąbki (golumpki) & # 8211 Polish sarmale or soups (including belly) and borscht with mushrooms or cereals. The fish is not missing from the Polish menu either, being great lovers of pickled herring or smoked fish.
The Polish cuisine is very similar to the Romanian one, especially the one from Transylvania and Banat. Their meals consist of 3 clear dishes: soup or broth, main course with meat and garnish and dessert. Traditional Polish desserts are made of leavened dough, similar to our cakes (drożdżówka). Makowiec is right beigli with mac which we do (which we recently discovered to be of Jewish origin).
Although Slavic, Poles are Catholic and also celebrate Easter or Christmas with extremely opulent traditional menus & # 8211 Wigilia.
Let's discover together Polish recipes, together with the 24 bloggers who honor us with their presence in the project The Food Connection! The bold text marks the first 4 international cuisines we have all been through: German, Nordic and Scandinavian, Turkish and Mexican. By clicking on the links below you will be directed to the respective collections of recipes.
The eggplants are washed and cut into 1 cm thick slices, sprinkled with salt and drained, leaving them to stand for about 30 minutes.
Separately, heat the oil in which the finely chopped onions are fried, add the peeled and sliced tomatoes, the chopped garlic, the bay leaf, the thyme, the sugar, the salt and the pepper.
Simmer for about 30 minutes, until the sauce thickens enough.
The eggplants are passed through flour and lightly fried in oil on both sides. After it cools, the sauce is passed through a sieve. In a Jena bowl, put a few thin slices of cheese over which you put slices of eggplant, pour a little more sauce, then again put slices of cheese, eggplant and sauce until everything is done.
Sprinkle grated cheese mixed with breadcrumbs over the last layer of sauce. Sprinkle with butter and put in the oven over high heat.
Getting around town or dinner is a common dating activity, so if you and your partner regularly enjoy sumptuous dating, you may want to know which types of Portuguese cuisine are best for a date. Users in iwantu shared their knowledge of the best tasty delicacies in Portugal and we provided a short list of these mouth-watering recommendations.
The perfect start to your cooking would be to make a wonderful Portuguese soup. Originally from the north of the country, Caldo Verde translates as & bdquobulion verde & rdquo and consists of various traditional ingredients, guaranteed to create a splendid cocktail that will tantalize your taste buds. The basic contents of this recipe are the mentioned green holder (leafy vegetables such as broccoli or cabbage & icircnchita), although cabbage is also widely used. You will also need potatoes, olive oil, black pepper, salt and sometimes garlic and onions. You can incorporate a bowl of meat, usually ham, or slices of chorizo.
The beauty of this appetizer is that it is healthy and full of flavors, making it wonderful for setting the stage for your connection. It is very easy to prepare and can be enjoyed equally in the depths of winter or when the sun is ripening. To give this meal more of a Lusitanian vibe, add the broa & mdash a popular p & acircine popular & icircn & icircn whole Portugal. Alternatively, you can choose a simple artisanal pastry, ideal for soaking soup.
Portugal is located on the eastern shores of the Atlantic Ocean, so it is not at all surprising that seafood is often found on Portuguese menus. It can be said that the locals are obsessed with this kind of m & acircncare & mdash prepared from the latest code. The Portuguese claim that there are hundreds of different ways to cook this marine delicacy, one for every day of the year! Again, this is perfect for lovers because it has such rich flavors, and you can vary the way & icircn that & icircl you serve. So how would you prepare your cod for your partner? You can bake it, fry it or simply throw slices of white meat in a slightly frying pan. Mixing the fish with the mixed eggs adds layers of piquancy to the table, & icircn while you can also mix potatoes, onions or garlic. Olives are another recommended ingredient, and a finely chopped parsley topping can provide the finishing touch.
Sticking to the seafood theme, sardines might seem like something that would be removed from a box and added to fried acorns for a snack, but in Portugal it is often vital for more meaningful holidays. If you and your boyfriend ever plan a weekend break in Lisbon or take a walk through the Portuguese neighborhoods of other cities, such as New York, the smell of fresh grilled sardines will get your mouth watering. These exciting pieces are especially enjoyed during the two-day celebration of St. Anthony, which falls on June 12 and 13. You could create this data in your diary and use it as an excuse to prepare sardines for your loved one. Who needs St. Valentine for a romantic occasion when you and the significant other can appreciate the wonders of the sea on St. Anthony's Day? Serve straight from the charcoal grill or marinate with olive oil and add to salad, potatoes or rice.
No matter how much the Portuguese enjoy their banquets, they are just as excited about faster food. Bifanas are a traditional sandwich made of juicy pork fillets, marinated in olive oil and served on a crispy Portuguese side dish. When you prepare the marinade, you can get rid of all kinds of mouthwash additives, from garlic or paprika to white wine. These sandwiches can be eaten on their own or served with a bowl of french fries to make it more of a big celebration for you and your partner on Portuguese night.
It is clear to see that there are more than enough Portuguese delicacies to offer an extensive menu for a series of meals in the light of the world. Add sensual Iberian dance music to your playlist for a special & icircnt & acirclnire and you'll be creating the perfect recipe for a memorable and romantic evening. The menus they enjoy are rich, tasty and incredibly varied. Once you start experimenting with variations of these culinary delights, your sleepless nights will be legendary!