Meaning 'small chicken skewers' in Portuguese, these espetinhos de frango from Marcello Tully are a prime example of how easy it is to cook delicious Brazilian flavours at home. With zesty lime, fragrant coriander and a little fiery chilli, these chicken skewers are perfect for a summer barbecue.
Brazilian food is synonymous with charred meat in a variety of cuts, marinades and salsa, beef stews and freshly caught local fish stuffed with herbs and spices with influences from Portugal, Europe and Africa its a mixed box of flavours with plenty of deep frying. Chef Marcello Tully shares some of his Brazilian recipes that form staples of the cuisine across the country.
Pan-Roasted Wild Salmon & Dill-Mustard, by Chef Marcello Tully, is a quick recipe that combines the rich flavors of seared salmon fillets with a fragrant dressing of Maille Dijon mustard, white wine vinegar, hazelnut oil and dill.