Dragon's Kitchen: Sonhos - Sonhos are a traditional Portuguese dessert of fried dough rolled in sugar. Sonhos means "Dreams". I'm told the reason they are called dreams is that you will think you're dreaming when you bite into one of these little puffs of happiness.

Dragon's Kitchen: Sonhos - Sonhos are a traditional Portuguese dessert of fried dough rolled in sugar. Sonhos means "Dreams". its because when u eat them it is like a dream fluffy yummy happiness

This is the authentic Portuguese Custard Tarts recipe, used by a bakery in Lisbon. Use the 6 tips provided in the recipe to make a perfectly crisp and nicely browned custard tart without hassle.

Portuguese Custard Tarts

This is the authentic Portugese Custard Tarts recipe, used by a bakery in Lisbon. Use the 6 tips provided in the recipe to make a perfectly crisp and nicely browned custard tart without hassle.

Portuguese Coconut ›Custard Tarts Recipe by David Leite ~ Leite's Culinaria ~ Making this soon!

Portuguese Coconut Custard Tarts

This Portuguese coconut custard tarts recipe makes a dessert known as pasteis de coco in the Azores of Portugal. Simple and lovely.

Recipe by Paula.     The Portuguese have very colourful names for their desserts. For example this favourite dessert of mine is called Nat...

Natas do Ceu Recipe by Dragon The Portuguese have very colourful names for their desserts. For example this favourite dessert of min.

Portuguese Food: Bolo de Bolacha - Portuguese cookies soaked in coffee and layered with cream!  I've made a version of this and it was fantastic!

Portuguese Food: Bolo de Bolacha - Pavê - Portuguese cookies soaked in coffee and layered with cream! I grew up eating pavê but never with cookies soaked in coffee! Que delícia!

Serradura, also known as Sawdust Pudding, is a wonderful Portuguese style dessert originating in Macau during the time when it was still a part of Portugal.

Portugese Dessert - Serradura, also known as Sawdust Pudding, is a wonderful Portuguese style dessert originating in Macau during the time when it was still a part of Portugal.

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