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Authentic Portuguese Recipes | Cavacas (Portuguese Pastry) | In Good Flavor | Great Recipes | Great ...

Authentic Portuguese Recipes | Cavacas (Portuguese Pastry) | In Good Flavor | Great Recipes | Great ...

Disclaimer: We are Azoreans! So, here at Easy Portuguese Recipes, we have a sweet tooth and love to share with you traditional recipes enjoyed for generations by our ancestors in the islands. Queijadas de Vila Franca is a traditional pastry refined by nuns in convents during the sixteen hundreds in the town of Vila Franca do Campo, island of S. Miguel.

Disclaimer: We are Azoreans! So, here at Easy Portuguese Recipes, we have a sweet tooth and love to share with you traditional recipes enjoyed for generations by our ancestors in the islands. Queijadas de Vila Franca is a traditional pastry refined by nuns in convents during the sixteen hundreds in the town of Vila Franca do Campo, island of S. Miguel.

Taste Portugal | 101 easy Portuguese recipes cookbook from Tia Maria's Portuguese Food Blog! Coming this month....

Taste Portugal | 101 easy Portuguese recipes cookbook from Tia Maria's Portuguese Food Blog! Coming this month....

Queijadas de Feijao (Portuguese Sweet Bean Pastry) - Easy Portuguese Recipes

Queijadas de Feijao (Portuguese Sweet Bean Pastry) - Easy Portuguese Recipes

Queijadas da Graciosa are a unique and traditional version of the popular Portuguese pastry known as queijadas, originating in the island of Graciosa in the Azores.

Queijadas da Graciosa are a unique and traditional version of the popular Portuguese pastry known as queijadas, originating in the island of Graciosa in the Azores.

1. In a stand mixer fitted with a dough hook, mix the flour, salt, and water until a soft, pillowy dough forms that cleans the side of the bowl, about 30 seconds.  2. Generously flour a work surface and pat the dough into a 6-inch square using a pastry scraper as a guide. Flour the dough, cover with plastic wrap, and let it rest for 15 minutes.  3. Roll the dough into an 18-inch square. As you work, use the scraper to lift the dough to make sure the underside isn’t sticking.  4. Brush excess…

Pasteis de Nata | Portuguese Custard Tarts

1. In a stand mixer fitted with a dough hook, mix the flour, salt, and water until a soft, pillowy dough forms that cleans the side of the bowl, about 30 seconds. 2. Generously flour a work surface and pat the dough into a 6-inch square using a pastry scraper as a guide. Flour the dough, cover with plastic wrap, and let it rest for 15 minutes. 3. Roll the dough into an 18-inch square. As you work, use the scraper to lift the dough to make sure the underside isn’t sticking. 4. Brush excess…

Portuguese Kitchen: Rissois….Just tried these today for the first time…they are AMAZING! http://www.ourlittlegems.com/2011/08/portuguese-kitchen-rissois/

Portuguese Kitchen: Rissois….Just tried these today for the first time…they are AMAZING! http://www.ourlittlegems.com/2011/08/portuguese-kitchen-rissois/

#PastelDeNata - This is the authentic Portuguese Custard Tarts recipe, used by a bakery in Lisbon. Use the 6 tips provided in the recipe to make a perfectly crisp and nicely browned custard tart without hassle.

Portuguese Custard Tarts

#PastelDeNata - This is the authentic Portuguese Custard Tarts recipe, used by a bakery in Lisbon. Use the 6 tips provided in the recipe to make a perfectly crisp and nicely browned custard tart without hassle.

Baking Coconut Milk Recipe Desserts with sweetened condensed milk, milk, butter, eggs, corn starch, grated coconut

Baking Coconut Milk Recipe Desserts with sweetened condensed milk, milk, butter, eggs, corn starch, grated coconut

~A Galao is the signature Portuguese style coffee that is most similar to a latte or cappucino. Served in a tall glass, it is rich, milky, and sweet. It is the most popular drink seen at a Portuguese coffee or pastry shop. Perfect for breakfasts or brunch, while serving in typical Portuguese style with a savory or sweet pastry on the side. Simple and easy to make~

~A Galao is the signature Portuguese style coffee that is most similar to a latte or cappucino. Served in a tall glass, it is rich, milky, and sweet. It is the most popular drink seen at a Portuguese coffee or pastry shop. Perfect for breakfasts or brunch, while serving in typical Portuguese style with a savory or sweet pastry on the side. Simple and easy to make~

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