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Soupish, anyone?

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Does anyone have a recipe for the Portuguese stew/soup called Soupish? All I remember is alot of beef, simmer for hours and add mint at the end.

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Thank you from me as well, Swisskaese! I think I wore out my Google key looking for Soupish! (thought it was something one does in their soup!) :laugh:


Melissa Goodman aka "Gifted Gourmet"

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Thank you from me as well, Swisskaese! I think I wore out my Google key looking for Soupish! (thought it was something one does in their soup!) :laugh:

I was also thinking the same thing!!! Luckily, I know some Portuguese and figured it out. Sopas is pronounced "Sopash", which I guess sounds a little like Soupish. :laugh::laugh::laugh:


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:hmmm:

Most unfamiliar.

I wonder who invented that recipe! :unsure::smile:

Chloe

North Portugal

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Aha! I see from my cookery books that it's Sopa do Espírito Santo from the Azores. Which explains why it looks so very unfamiliar!

Actually a lot of the "mystery" Portuguese recipes in North America and Hawaii are from the Azores, so I should have guessed!

Chloe

North Portugal

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