Paula's Portuguese Cebolada Recipe
Portuguese Cebolada is a traditional dish from Portugal that typically consists of sautéed onions, garlic, and sometimes peppers or tomatoes. The dish can be served as a side dish or a main course, and it is often accompanied by grilled fish or meat.
To make Portuguese Cebolada, onions are sliced thinly and sautéed in olive oil until they are caramelized and tender. Garlic is then added to the pan and cooked until fragrant. Some variations of the dish also include sliced peppers or tomatoes, which are added to the pan and cooked until they are soft.
The dish is often seasoned with salt, pepper, and sometimes paprika, and it can be served hot or cold. Some versions of Portuguese Cebolada also include other ingredients such as potatoes, chorizo, or seafood.
Overall, Portuguese Cebolada is a flavorful and comforting dish that is beloved in Portugal and beyond.
- In a frying pan over medium temperature, add the olive oil, onions and garlic, cook for about 5 minutes until the onions are transparent, than add the tomato paste, pepper sauce, paprika, salt and water, continue cooking while stirring very well for a couple of minutes and your done.
- You can serve this over fish or boiled potatoes, we like it best over fish.
- If you want to make a quick meal out of this alone, before you turn off the stove, add 4 eggs and keep stiring until the eggs are cooked, use bits of crusty bread to scoop it from the plate, enjoy.