Sunday, 28 June 2009

Portuguese students opinion about the project...

I´m very proud of there effort and work to do this little post.
I was very nice to work with you all.
Thanks a lot for your colaboration.

Wednesday, 24 June 2009



½ kilo minced meat
1 jar tomato juice
1 onion and garlic
pinch curry powder
1 ½ cups rice
3 eggs
100grs cheese


1. Chop the onion and garlic.
2. Fry the onion and garlic.
3. Add the meat and fry.
4. Add the tomato juice.
5. Mix the tomato sauce with the rice.
6. Add the eggs.
7. Put in some cheese and mix.
8. Bake in a moderate hot oven for 30 min.

Here is our video :

Click on the picture below to see the recipe on the CookIT website


750 gr. Raw Potatoes
350 gr. Boiled Potatoes
200 gr. (approx) Barley flour
1,5 tsp. Salt

For the sauce:
100 gr. Butter
2 dl. Milk
200 gr. Brown Cheese
3 dessert spoons Sugar
2 tsp. Vinegar

Wash, peel and grate the raw potatoes.
Sprinkle with a bit of flour to stop them discolouring.
Mash the boiled potatoes and mix them in with the grated, raw potatoes.
Then add the salt and the rest of the flour and mix everything together.
Bring 3 litres of water and 3 teaspoons of salt to the boil.
Using a wet dessert spoon (or your hands), shape the mixture into balls and cook them in the boiling water for approximately 30 minutes.

To make the sauce:
Put the butter, brown cheese, milk and sugar in a saucepan and heat up until all the ingredients have melted together and formed a thick sauce. If you want to have a slightly sourer taste, add the vinegar.
Serve the sauce piping hot, with the dumplings.
As an accompaniment to this dish, fried bacon (approx. 200 gr, diced) and steamed swede can also be served, as well as a carrot salad.

Here is our video :


1k white flour, yeast, oil, salt, water, mozzarella cheese, tomato sauce and other ingredients you like: courgettes, mushrooms, etc for the topping

1.Prepare a good tomato sauce using either bottled tomatoes or fresh red tomatoes, adding flavours such as parsley.
2. Melt the yeast in 250ml of warm water and add a spoonful of sugar
3. Mix the flour with a spoon of olive oil, salt and add the mixture of yeast
4.When the dough is done, leave it in a warm place to grow
5. After an hour or more (it depends on external temperature) divide the dough in four pieces
6.Make each dough thin and round
7. Spread on the raw pizza the tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese and other ingredients, you like mushrooms, tuna, courgettes, etc
7. Put the pizzas in the oven, better if the oven burns wood
8.Bake them for a quarter of an hour/ twenty minutes
9. There you are! You must hurry to eat it warm!

Here is our video

Sunday, 7 June 2009

Bavarian veal sausage

Greetings from Bavaria!

We had a lot of fun by cooking,
because we all like our bavarian veal sausage!

Here is our our film -
at :

Friday, 5 June 2009

Portuguese school presentation - part 2

This is our school library.
My students hope you enjoy it.

Jéssica MAchado - 16 years old
Alexandre Francisco - 15 years old
Danilo MArtins - 15 years old
Rubén Ferreira - 16 years old.

It´s was a very hard work for them to do this movie, but I´m very proud of them.