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Cozinha com Graça: bolos

Cozinha com Graça: bolos

Portuguese Sweet Bread (Massa) - YouTube

I finally learn how to make Portuguese Sweet Bread (Massa). No one does it better than Mom.

Fatima's Kitchen: Malassadas - Portuguese Fried Dough   1 Box of Pil...

Malassadas - Portuguese Fried Dough 1 Box of Pillsbury Hot Roll Mix 2 eggs 1 cup of milk 1 lemon peel grated salt c.

Coscorões/Portuguese fried dough - Portugiesische Krapfen

These crispy fried treats are perfect any time of the year but you will find them in most Portuguese homes around the Holidays. Known as Coscorões, these treats have a nice orange flavour and a delicious sugar and cinnamon topping.

Portugese Spikes of Corn Cookies (Espigas De Milho) from Food.com: This is my favorite portuguese cookie. I enjoy the tender crunch and corn flavour of the cookie, and it stays fresh for a long time.

Portugese Spikes of Corn Cookies (Espigas De Milho)

Portugese Spikes Of Corn Cookies Espigas De Milho) Recipe - Genius Kitchen

My Grandmother’s Portuguese Sweet Bread

My grandmother's Portuguese Sweet Bread recipe. If you love a sweet yeasty bread, than this is for you. Don't overwork the bread and make sure it's a tacky consistency for the first rise, not the typical dry dough of other breads.

This is a traditional portuguese pudding usually cooked to celebrate a special day like a wedding day, christmas, birthday or a family reun...

This is a traditional portuguese pudding usually cooked to celebrate a special day like a wedding day, christmas, birthday or a family reun.

This is my favorite portuguese cookie. I enjoy the tender crunch and corn flavour of the cookie, and it stays fresh for a long time.

Portuguese Spikes of Corn Cookies

This is my favorite portuguese cookie (Espigas De Milho) . I enjoy the tender crunch and corn flavour of the cookie, and it stays fresh for a long time.

Avô's  Biscoitos (Portuguese Cookies). From www.food.com (photo by bluecat75).

Avô's Biscoitos (Portuguese Biscotti/Cookies)

This is the Portuguese version of a dunking cookie. They are delicious, buttery cookies. Originally from Sao Miguel in the Azores, my Av (Grandpa) on my fathers side was a baker for many years in Montreal.

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