Feijoada Food Tour in Rio de Janeiro Traditional Brazilian restaurants serve food that the locals would make at home including feijoada, one of the most typical dishes of Brazil. It consists of a black bean stew with hearty sausages and sundried beef, served with rice, collard grens, cassava (manioc) flour and orange slices. It is served throughout the country, and there are many variations. Feijoada is often considered as the national dish of Brazil. It is prepared wi...
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Feijoada is the national dish of Brazil that can take a day or two to make. Here's a great recipe with ingredients easily found at any supermarket. With the help of a pressure cooker, it's as good as done!
Brazilian spatchcocked chickens with homemade piri piri sauce ********* For three chickens: Marinade = 2 cloves garlic, 2 lemons, zested and juiced, 1 T Worcestershire sauce, olive oil Homemade piri piri sauce = 5 red chilies, 8 whole cloves garlic, 1 T brown sugar, 3 T red wine vinegar, juice of two lemons, 1 t smoked paprika, olive oil