Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Paula's Portuguese Biscoitos Recipe Comments

  • Robin Braga
    Robin Braga
    My grandmother would make these every Christmas ( yes, definitely with sugar and a slight anise flavor,tied into a knot shape)they were very crunchy so that they would hold up well for dunking!Very simple and good!
    5 Months ago, Sunday, February 6, 2022
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  • Jena Cunha
    Jena Cunha
    Hey Eddy, Searching for Portuguese Sweet bread recipes and found all your Portuguese recipes along with what I was looking for. My husband is from Azores immigrated to Canada at age of 10. With family members passing on, I am really missing all the good things that would always be made during the holidays. Are you familiar with the type of biscotto which is not sweet. It has another name I believe it is or sounds like Rohillas or something like that. Looks like the sweet biscotto but is has no sugar. I had the recipe given to me and I recall the recipe using lard instead of butter. My husband family is originally from Graciosa perhaps it is something that was made in this island as I see biscoittos all the time at Portuguese bakeries but not the ones I am talking about. Thanks for reading my email, if you know what I'm referring to please let me know. Happy New Year and all the best in 2022!!
    6 Months ago, Sunday, January 2, 2022
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    Hi Jena, thank you for the new year's well wishes, I hope the same to you and family. This is the only thing I can think of, but it does have sugar, you can always leave the sugar out and add a little more flour:, are these it?



    6 Months ago, Sunday, January 2, 2022
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  • Carol Reis
    Carol Reis
    I can’t wait to try a make for my Portuguese husband.
    10 Months ago, Saturday, September 25, 2021
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    Great Carol.
    10 Months ago, Saturday, September 25, 2021
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