Here is a list of Portuguese recipes featured in Chef Wars along with a list of ingredients, tags and type.
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|Açorda Alentejana||Egg and Bread Soup||Bread, Coriander, Egg, Garlic, Stock||Soup||Aromatic,||Thick, crusty bread is flavored with a garlic and coriander paste, giving it a strong, bright flavor. A poached egg sits nicely on top of the soup.|
|Arroz de Pato||Portuguese Duck Rice||Bacon, Duck, Rice, Sausage, Carrot||Rice||Latin, Hearty, Luxury|
|Arroz Doce||Portuguese Rice Pudding||Cinnamon, Rice, Milk, Sugar, Lemon||Dessert||Latin, Home, Breakfast||A staple in enemy Portuguese home, this rice pudding is made with hot milk, cinnamon and a touch of lemon peel.|
|Bacalhau à Brás||Shredded Salt Cod with Potato and Egg||Egg, Fish, Olive, Onion, Potato||Seafood||Sea, Pub Grub, Latin||Shredded cod, onions, and fried potato are mixed with scrambled egg, creating a lovely hash.|
|Bacalhau à Ze do Pipo||Cod Shepherd's Pie||Fish, Milk, Onion, Potato, Mayonnaise||Seafood||Creamy, Sea, Latin|
|Bacalhau com Todos||Cod with Everything||Cabbage, Carrot, Egg, Fish, Potato||Seafood||Latin, Pub Grub, Sea||Cod is served with boiled vegetables and hardboiled egg, then seasoned with olive oil and garlic.|
|Bolinhos de Bacalhau||Cod Cakes||Fish, Potato, Egg, Parsley, Oil||Seafood||Sea, Pub Grub, Latin||The Portuguese have tons of ways to prepare cod, but this one's a winner! Cod, potatoes, eggs, and parsley are boiled and then deep fried!|
|Bola de Berlim||Portuguese Doughnut||Egg, Flour, Milk, Oil, Sugar||Pastry||Greasy,||This doughnuts Creme pasteleiro filling is made with milk and egg yolks. The filling remains visible since the sweet dough is fried and sliced in half like a sandwich.|
|Bolo de Mel||Madeira Honey Cake||Honey, Walnut, Almond, Flour, Cloves||Cake||Nutty, Latin, Aromatic||Considered Madeira's oldest dessert, this dark cake is baked with walnuts, almonds, spices, and loads of honey or molasses!|
|Bolo Rei||Portuguese King Cake||Flour, Candied Fruits, Raisin, Walnut, Almond||Cake||Festive, Fruity, Sweet||Some Portuguese would say there's no Christmas without this cake! It's baked from a soft, white dough, with nuts and crystallized fruit!|
|Caldo Verde||Portuguese Kale Soup||Garlic, Leaf Vegetable, Onion, Potato, Sausage||Soup||Festive, Healthy, Latin||This healthy soup is eaten during festivals and celebrations. Kale and potatoes are blended with olive oil, and served with chorizo and Portuguese cornbread.|
|Caldeirada||Portuguese Fish Stew||Fish, Mussels, Shrimp, Egg, Wine||Seafood||Sea, Hearty, Latin||This rich seafood stew mixes lean and oily fish, shellfish, white wine, spices, and vegetables.|
|Carne de Porco à Alentejana||Pork and Clams||Pork, Clams, Paprika, Coriander, Wine||Meat||Surf and Turf, Aromatic, Latin||This specialty from Alentejo marries earth and sea! Pork is marinated in white wine, paprika and coriander, then cooked with clams!|
|Cozido à Portuguesa||Portuguese Stew||Beef, Blood Sausage, Pork, Cabbage, Carrot||Meat||Latin, Hearty, Meaty||This hearty stew usually includes beef shin, pork, blood sausage, cabbage, carrots, turnips, and various greens!|
|Feijoada à Transmontana||Portuguese Bean Stew with Pork||Beans, Blood Sausage, Cabbage, Pork, Tomato||Stew||Meaty, Latin, Hearty||Popular in Portugal and her former colonies, this dish stews beans with beef, pork, blood sausage and veggies, leaving a rich, dark sauce.|
|Frango Assado com Piripiri||Piri Piri Chicken||Chicken, Chili, Paprika, Lemon, Vinegar||Meat||Aromatic, Fiery, Latin||Piri piri sauce is a Portuguese speciality, made from crushed chillies, citrus, herbs and spices. This is used as the marinade for the grilled chicken.|
|Migas à Alentejana||Portuguese Migas||Bread, Garlic, Olive Oil, Onion, Pork||Bread||Latin||Like the Spanish Migas, this Portuguese variant from Alentejo is a breakfast dish of leftover wheat bread, pork, garlic, and olive oil.|
|Pastel de Nata||Portuguese Egg Tart||Flour, Custard, Egg, Sugar, Cinnamon||Pastry||Sweet, Latin, Tea Time||Invented by monks in Lisbon, these cinnamon-laced custards are wrapped in a crisp pastry shell.|
|Rojoes a Moda do Minho||Pork Minho Style||Pork, Blood, Wine, Bay Leaf, Paprika||Meat||Aromatic, Meaty, Latin|
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