Mix together cookies and margarine. Press into the bottom of a 9x13" baking dish, reserving 3 tablespoons for the top. Mix the cream cheese, pudding, and milk together and pour immediately over the cookie mixture. Top with Cool Whip and sprinkle with the 3 tablespoons of cookie mixture. ~~~
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The bread soup, called Acorda, is traditional soup from a region in the south of Portugal called Alentejo. It is made with a firm bread (only the white part - you don't use the crust) at least, 2 or 3 days old (better one week old) and is served with fish.
There are two types of Acorda: a liquid and a solid one.
Here you have the recipes for 4 people:
1- Acorda a Alentejana (the liquid one)
Cook cod fish with a lot of water (2-3 litres). In the meanwhile, finely chop a handful of coriander (or pennyroyal, if you prefer) with 2-3 garlic cloves and salt.
Put this herb mix in a large bowl and add the boiling water where you cooked the codfish.
In each person's plate put a piece of cod fish and some bread coarsely cut in squares. One kilo of bread might be enough for 4 persons.
This is the traditional recipe but you can try with whiting fish, poached eggs or hard-boiled eggs, instead of the codfish.
2- Acorda Batida (the solid one)
Finely chop a handful of coriander with 2-3 garlic cloves and salt. Then, put this in a large pan with 3-4 tablespoons of olive oil and cook gently (more or less 2 minutes over medium heat). Add 1 litre of water and, when it is almost boiling, mix 1 kilo of bread smashed in very small pieces. Mix everything very well with a wooden spoon and remove from heat. Cover the pan and let simmer for 2 or 3 hours. Before serving, take to medium heat and beat the bread mixture very strongly, till you get a homogeneous stuff (use
a wooden spoon). When it starts boiling, remove from stove and serve with fried fish (horse-mackerel is the best) or fried eggs.