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How to Make Portuguese Garlic and Cilantro Bread Soup (Açorda à Alentejana)

Daniel Gritzer 15 comments

Sort of like congee, but from Portugal and made with stale bread instead of rice, this deeply satisfying soup (it's really more like a porridge), is rich with garlic, olive oil, cilantro, chorizo, and a softly poached egg. More

Portuguese Garlic and Cilantro Bread Soup (Açorda à Alentejana)

Serious Eats Daniel Gritzer 2 comments

Sort of like congee, but from Portugal and made with stale bread instead of rice, this deeply satisfying soup (it's really more like a porridge), is rich with garlic, olive oil, cilantro, chorizo, and a softly poached egg. More

Sunday Supper: Portuguese Baked Eggs With Chorizo and Ricotta

Sunday Supper Jennifer Olvera 2 comments

Spicy, welcoming, and undeniably in-your-face, Portuguese baked eggs are an equally pleasing main whether it's day or night. More

Portuguese Baked Eggs With Chorizo and Ricotta

Serious Eats Jennifer Olvera 3 comments

Spicy, welcoming and undeniably in-your-face, Portuguese baked eggs are an equally pleasing main whether it's day or night. More

Beyond Curry: Pork Sorpotel (Goan Pork Offal Stew)

Beyond Curry Denise D'silva Sankhe Post a comment

Sorpotel, a dish originally brought to India during Portuguese colonization, is a deliciously spicy and tangy stew of pork, liver, spices, and vinegar that only gets better with time. More

Pork Sorpotel (Goan Pork Offal Stew)

Serious Eats Denise D'silva Sankhe Closed

If you like pork and offal, there's no looking back from this dish. Pork Sorpotel is a tangy, spicy preparation that tastes even better the next day. More

Can't-Miss Egg Custard Tarts at Newark's Teixeiras Bakery

New York Max Falkowitz 13 comments

Our Newark road trip continues from last week, a sweet follow-up to Altas Horas' massive chicken sandwich a short walk away on Ferry Street. If there's a Portuguese dessert you can't leave Newark without eating, it's an egg custard tart, or pasteis de nata ($1), from Teixeira Bakery. More

Good Bread: Alfama, Portuguese Bread in Midtown East

New York Andrew Coe 4 comments

In Lisbon, Alfama is the name of the historic center of the city, built around a medieval castle. In New York, Alfama is the name of little Portuguese restaurant in Midtown that makes some special bread. More

Milk Liqueur

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 2 comments

Lately infusing my own spirits has become something of an obsession, and I have a big enough collection of bottles filled with fruits, herbs, and spices sitting under my sink to prove it. So when I came across this somewhat strange recipe for Milk Liqueur from the Azores in David Leite's The New Portuguese Table there was no way that I wasn't going to try it. More

Fast Food International: The Best Chocolate Cake in the World

New York Krista Garcia 5 comments

Editor's note: In "Fast Food International," Krista Garcia will take us around New York to the many international fast food chains that have landed in the five boroughs. She blogs at goodiesfirst.com. Country of origin: Portugal Locations worldwide: Lisbon, Sao... More

Jersey Dispatch: Churrasqueira, Garden State Style

New York BrianYarvin 3 comments

Cuisines have a way of redefining themselves when they're transplanted. Local factors make a difference. Can a Portuguese place that sits next to a Chinese takeout retain all its original Portuguese-ness? This is the question I ask myself when... More

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