Recipes (english)

Brazilian Recipes

Brazilian food first comes to mind the popular Churrasco, in which various types of meat are grilled on skewers. But the real national dish is feijoada, a stew of black beans, bacon, meat and sausage. This recipe is still missing in my collection, but will certainly be tried out. The dishes in this section are original recipes that I have tried together with my Brazilian relatives. However, more new dishes will be tested and discontinued over time. It is important that the food in Brazil is not very strongly seasoned. Vegetable and salad side dishes are largely dispensed with in Brazil. However, the supply of fresh fruit is very large and the vitamin requirement is mainly covered by fruit and freshly squeezed fruit juices. Breakfast is not so important in Brazil. The evening meal is richer for it. In restaurants, for example, the selected dish is generally served for two people, unless you insist that you only get it for one person. Contrary to popular belief, beer is the national drink of the Brazilians. Caiprinha is mainly drunk by tourists. The white sugar cane schnapps Cachaca is very inexpensive and is therefore often drunk pure by less well-off locals.

Arroz de Bacalhau Stock Fish
Arroz de Bacalhau Stock Fish For Arroz de Bacalhau (rice with stock fish) water the stock fish at least 24 hours. Renew the water more often. ...
Bacalhau com Leite de Coco & Polenta
Bacalhau com Leite de Coco & Polenta means stockfish with coconut milk and polenta. With this Brazilian speciality the Bacalhau is cooked in coconut milk and served with polenta or rice as desired. ...
Batida de Abacaxi
Batida de Abacaxi is the Brazilian or Portuguese name for cocktail with pineapple. Although this long drink tastes fruity and light, its effect is somewhat stronger due to the higher proportion of cachaca and sugar syrup. ...
Beijinho de Coco Candy
Beijinho de Coco Candy Beijinho de Coco is a Brazilian candy prepared for children's birthdays. For Beijinho de Coco candy thick particularly creamy condensed milk and butter in a saucepan. ...
Brazilian Garlic Butter Steak
Brazilian Garlic Butter Steak becomes particularly juicy and tender when prepared in a grill pan. Preheat baking oven to 80° and heat plate or small casserole dishes to arrange in. ...
Brigadeiros Sweets
Brigadeiros Sweets are prepared in Brazil for children's birthdays. For Brigadeiros sweets you need creamy sweetened condensed milk, because normal condensed milk does not become thick. ...
caipirinha
Caipirinha For Caipirinha rinse off a lime and rub dry. Cut off the end pieces. ...
Caipirinha Passoa
Caipirinha Passoa is a fruity mild cocktail that is not as strong as the original Caipirinha. Rinse off lime and rub dry. ...
Cocktail Batida de Mel
Cocktail Batida de Mel For the Batida de Mel cocktail, wash a lime under running water and rub thoroughly dry. Eighth lime, put into a caipirinha glass and crush with a wooden pestle. ...

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