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Portuguese Antipasti Recipe

Portuguese Antipasti Recipe

How to make Portuguese style antipasti (Aperitivo).

Preparation time 20 min
Cooking Timen/a
Ready In 20 min
Level of DifficultyVery Easy
Servings4

Ingredients

Prosciutto (presunto) (Sliced very thin)Chouriço (Sliced very thin)Fresh cheese (Queijo fresco)São Jorge cheeseCasteloes cheeseMortadelaPepperoniSalamiPortuguese olivesCherry tomatoesDried figsShelled nutsFresh ground pepper (for fresh cheese)Salt (for fresh cheese)Crushed red pepper paste (for fresh cheese)Homestyle crusty bread (sliced)
Prosciutto (presunto) (Sliced very thin)Chouriço (Sliced very thin)Fresh cheese (Queijo fresco)São Jorge cheeseCasteloes cheeseMortadelaPepperoniSalamiPortuguese olivesCherry tomatoesDried figsShelled nutsFresh ground pepper (for fresh cheese)Salt (for fresh cheese)Crushed red pepper paste (for fresh cheese)Homestyle crusty bread (sliced)
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Directions

  1. Use a big wooden cutting board (this gives it a rustic look) and place a large piece of parchment paper over the board.
  2. Next, place the meats in small piles around the edge. Pile the cheeses in the middle of the meats. Arrange the sliced bread on the tray.
  3. Add color with olives, cherry tomatoes, roasted peppers, pickled vegetables, or any of your favorites.
Recipe & Photo Credit: Tia Maria's Blog, portuguesediner.com/tiamaria

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