These 3 easy fish dishes will all but transport you to Portugal this weekend with the millions of pilgrims.
While Fatima is a dry and rocky area where people historically raised animals for a living, Portugal’s large defining coastline means fishing has long been a way of life for many of its citizens. The country’s cuisine is rich in seafood dishes, especially whole fish, stews, and fried sardines.
Whether you’re commemorating Fatima this weekend or just want to try a traditional Portuguese fish dish, the recipes below will get you started. And by the way, don’t let cooking a whole fish intimidate you — it’s easier than you think!
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