Our 7 Favorite Portuguese Recipes—from You!

What an incredible two months of Portuguese cuisine! Here at Try The World, one of our most favorite things to see is how you use your box. Between comforting breakfast foods to satisfying mains, or upgrades on classic dishes to delicious appetizers, we’re always impressed and inspired with your creativity in the kitchen. Here’s a look at some of our favorite Portuguese dishes this month.


@cestlebrie created egg salad with a spicy Portuguese twist.


@cocoaandsalt cooked up this jammin’ stuffed French toast using Casa da Prisca’s pumpkin and hazelnut jam.


@pinchmeimeating combined Casa da Prisca’s caramelized onions with fig, blue cheese, and bacon for a funky-fusion pizza.

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A+ vegan lunch--Chimichurri marinated tempeh & tofu wrap with avo, caramelized mushrooms & onions, warm kale, cilantro, & authentic Portuguese Piri Piri hot sauce! 🔥 After hatha yoga this morning I needed something quick, easy, clean, but filling! This so hit the spot. Tangy, spicy, & oh-so satisfying... Definitely a lunch I'll be repeating! 😛 • The Piri Piri came straight from Portugal, courtesy of @TryTheWorld! Each of their boxes comes full of 7-8 different treats & exotic ingredients from different countries! This month their box was Portugal! If you think you'd like to start getting these amazing treat filled boxes, use the code Stonebraker15 at checkout to receive $15 off! I can't wait to see what country they send me next! 😁 #nom #picoftheday #f52grams #wrap #feedfeed #recipe #foodblognation #veganwrap #hautecuisines #trytheworld #ttwrecipe #portugalbox #coupon #piripiri #veganlunch #tempah #foodglooby #yoga #hatha #ahealthynut

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@sarndilia made a delicious vegan tempeh wrap and loaded it up with Paladin’s piri piri hot sauce for some heat.


@tasteoftheplace proves that potatoes are truly versatile—and fit for a main dish.


@anniegreenyo gets gourmet with salmon and avocado mousse! Featuring Paladin’s piri piri hot sauce.


@the_foodie_story whipped up codfish toasts using the Briosa Gourmet’s canned codfish, Olivais do Sul’s extra-virgin olive oil, and Hands on Earth’s sea salt with lemon!


@tyleinogden proves spring is here with a bright and cheery Portuguese meal.

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