By Eddy − On Tuesday, September 28, 2021, 2 years ago in Seafood Recipes
5 out of 5 with 4 ratings
comments: 2 - views: 21209

Paula's Portuguese Petinga Frita Recipe


This delicious petinga frita (small fried sardines) recipe is easy to make, serve with a side of tomato rice.
Paula's Portuguese Petinga Frita Recipe


Preparation time 10 min
Cooking Time 15 min
Ready In 25 min
Level of DifficultyVery Easy
Servings4

Ingredients

2 lbs of petingas (small sardines)Salt (to taste)2 lemons, juice onlyAll purpose flourFrying oil
2 lbs of petingas (small sardines)Salt (to taste)2 lemons, juice onlyAll purpose flourFrying oil
Get Portuguese spices

Preparation

  1. Wash the small sardines and season them with salt and lemon juice.
  2. Place enough flour on a plate to coat all the sardines.
  3. Shake any excess salt from the sardines, pass them through the flour and fry them in hot oil.
  4. Drain them on a sheet of absorbent paper and then serve them accompanied with tomato rice.
  5. You can drizzle a little more lemon juice over the sardines when serving.

Recipe Credit: Paula Costa
Photo Credit: i.pinimg.com

Get Portuguese cooking books

Lynette Gillespie
Lynette Gillespie
Sounds delicious
2 years ago, Wednesday, March 9, 2022
reply
Duarte
Duarte
Try putting some crushed red pepper before the flour.
2 years ago, Wednesday, September 29, 2021
reply
captcha

You might also like:

In this video Pedro Ramos shows you how to make a seafood cataplana (a popular dish from the Algarve region).
How to make 1 loaf of Portuguese sweet bread, also known as Massa Sovada, is a traditional and beloved baked treat that originates from Portugal.
Do you want to increase your abilities to cook meals? You can make arrangements for your class while on vacation. Cooking lessons are available for holidaymakers to take advantage of. This course will teach you how...
When you think about the Portuguese dishes and traditional Portuguese food, what comes to mind?
Watch Pedro Ramos latest cooking video on the most delicious Portuguese chicken soup called canja.
Learn how to make Portuguese peas and chouriço with Angela from Angela Castro- The Olive Branch.