Portuguese One Pot Chicken with Beer, Peas, Carrots and Spaghetti ❦ Frango Estufado com Cerveja, Erv

Hello friends, Many of the dishes I cook are adapted from my mother's Portuguese classics. I will tweak them and change them, very often, into completely new dishes. There are however a few that need no such tweaks, who are so perfect and delicious, that anything more would destroy the dish. This is one of those dishes. Nope, I don't dare change a thing. The smell down the sidewalk, as I walked home from school, was unmistakably my mother's cooking. This one gets oohs and ahhs, every time.This humble recipe is on weekly rotation in my house, as it is comforting both in the winter and summer. It is the quintessential year round dish. Can it get more satisfying than a big bowl of spaghetti coo

Portuguese One Pot Chicken with Beer, Peas, Carrots and Spaghetti ❦ Frango Estufado com Cerveja, Erv

Hello friends, Many of the dishes I cook are adapted from my mother's Portuguese classics. I will tweak them and change them, very often, into completly new dishes. There are however a few that need no such tweaks, who are so perfect and delicious, that anything more would destroy the dish. This is one of those dishes. Nope, I don't dare change a thing. The smell down the sidewalk, as I walked home from school, was unmistakably my mother's cooking. This one gets oohs and ahhs, every time.This humble recipe is on weekly rotation in my house, as it is comforting both in the winter and summer. It is the quintessential year round dish. Can it get more satisfying than a big bowl of spaghetti cook

Bife à Portuguesa ❦ Steak Portuguese Style

Yesterday was the first day we ate outdoors. Living in Britain means the weather sometimes doesn't cooperate. The never ending question of what to make for dinner arouse. You would think as a food blogger whose life literally revolves around food would know what to cook on a daily basis. Nope, everyday the question comes up. So what did I make? Steak! Pan fried in less than five minutes, this is fast food at its finest. The pan juices are then used to make a delicious sauce with every day pantry staples. The sauce is the secret ingredient here. Using the best steak goes without saying. I will only make this with sirloin or ribeye. If you've ever been to Portugal you know this is a must on ev

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