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Bacalhau Soufflé

Bacalhau Soufflé is one of the more decadent ways to enjoy our beloved Portuguese Bacalhau, and is actually quite simple and easy to make! This dish is perfect for dinner when having friends over, and is sure to impress.
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Bacalhau Rice (Arroz de Bacalhau)

For those who love bacalhau, you will absolutely love this dish. For just about everyone else, you probably will too. Bacalhau Rice, or Arroz de Bacalhau, is one of the many unique takes on cooking bacalhau that also happens to be one of my favorites. The cod is simply combined with some cooked rice and perfectly complemented by the flavors of sauteed onions, garlic, olive oil, and freshly sliced leeks. Continue Reading…

Bacalhãu de Consoada (Christmas Eve Cod)

Since today is Christmas Eve, we decided to bring you guys a recipe which many Portuguese love to enjoy on this wonderful holiday. This dish is Bacalhãu de Consoada, which is codfish typically made on Christmas Eve. Of course there is a different way to make codfish for every occasion, its the Portuguese way!
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Bacalhau a Gomes de Sa

Bacalhau a Gomes de Sa is a very traditional Portuguese cod fish recipe originating in the northern Portuguese city of Porto. It is one of the most delicious and unique ways to prepare ‘Bacalhau’. We get this recipe from our friend and fellow Portuguese-American Emeril Lagasse, who has also helped to make this dish popular worldwide. It is a pretty simple recipe to make and many of the ingredients can be found around your kitchen, save for the cod, so tell us how it comes and see if you enjoy it as much as all of us cod lovers do!
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Bacalhau Com Natas

To start the week off, we will start with likely the most popular dish served in Portuguese cuisine, Bacalhau com Natas. This dish has more variations than anybody can count, and this version happens to be my favorite way to enjoy this cod fish delight, as it also happens to be the favorite of many Portuguese food lovers around the world. It is made with “natas”, or heavy cream, and can be very simple to make with this easy and traditional recipe.
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