This is a Portuguese green soup. Perhaps it is the mashed potatoes, but I feel relieved when I eat it. I recommend this dish because it is delicious freshly made, the next day, or even when it is cold. It is also a Portuguese New Year’s Eve soup.
In the 1400s Spain brought rice to Italy. Risotto was born by putting that rice into soup. At the time, famine struck, and the new food, rice and risotto, quickly became popular. But…many rice fields were deliberately destroyed. Rice was mistakenly thought to cause malaria.
This healthy diet salad is loved by many people in many countries, including Hollywood stars. It tastes great and feels full.
This is made by rubbing the tomatoes directly on the hardened bread to soften it. It’s a simple dish that even a child can make, but it was even better than I imagined.
A personal, romantic dish with roots in the Scandinavian Vikings. Just like the Vikings, who were very particular about the appearance of their food, the appearance of this dish is also very important. Eating it with rye bread will give you the full local flavor.