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Portagee-style breakfast skillet made home-style the way my grandma used to make.  Its kind of like hash but with a rich tomato base.  Top with a couple fresh eggs and you have an amazing breakfast or brunch!

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This is a dish that my mother used to make for her Dad who has Hungarian roots.  Its a Hungarian goulash made with beef and Portuguese sausage - a typical Sunday dinner with my family.

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Simple, hearty soup made with lentils, ham or ham shanks and lentils - the perfect sunday dinner meal served with rice or bread.

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You have to try serving Portuguese sausages carmelized in sherry, it adds a whole new dimension...perfect to serve as a pupu with crostini or on a salad!

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Salted cod is one of my favorite things to eat and it is a dish that is very important to the Portuguese.  Fried cod fritters is one of my favorite ways of eating salt cod.  They are also great fried up as patties for a fish burger with tartar sauce.

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This Portuguese sponge cake is a simple cake, yet refined technique produces the most amazing texture that the Japanese have perfected.

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A simple, one-pot meal where you literally brown the chicken, pour all of the ingredients into the pot, cover and set the timer.  It doesn't get easier than that!

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Kona coffee chocolate waffles - Breakfast or dessert?  You decide!

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I'm not sure what the origin of this recipe is, but it is very similar to vingha d'ahlos which many of us grew up eating in Hawaii.

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I remember my dad making homemade guava cream as we used to call it.  This Guava Cream Ice Cream recipe brings back fond memories.

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Every Thanksgiving, we always end up with tons of leftover vingha d'ahlos, ham, turkey etc.  I love to fry up some of the leftovers and make fried rice.  My father is Portuguese and my mother Chinese so this dish is the both of best worlds!

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Piri Piri Chicken is a spicy Portuguese style of roasting chicken.  I like to roast mine at a high temperature over fresh vegetables. The drippings from the chicken give the vegetables an amazing flavor!!  

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Baclau - Classic Portuguese codfish dish prepared with potatoes and cracker crumbs.

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Grilled octopus Portuguese style marinated in vinegar and garlic.

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This Broad Beans is a spicy sauce containing paprika, garlic, chili and tomato puree. One of my favorites, try it!
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Olive oil and cornmeal distinguish this savory dry yeast bread.
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A delicious and an easy way to amaze your friends and family! This hearty Portuguese Kale Soup will warm your soul in a cold night.
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Agnes' Bake shop in Kailua is also known in Hawaii for their malasadas and portuguese style pastries.

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In my family, this Portuguese Paella is a very special dish that I always look forward to.  You can use just about any type of meat or seafood that you like.

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I love beignets which are very similar to malasadas with the addition of  kabocha squash and a coconut caramel dipping sauce.  I made these during Thanksgiving and really loved them but really... these can be made all year long with or without the kabocha squash.

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