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This is delicious dessert that is an authentic Brazilian recipe adapted from Hot and Spicy Latin Dishes by Dave Dewitt which is availble in our amazon book store. Chill pie shell for 30 minutes before baking. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Scald the milk in a double boiler until bubbles form around the outer edges of […]
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Torta de banana e goiabada - For those of you who do not know what goiabada is, you don’t know what you have been missing. This is a very common brazilian sweet that is made from guavas. To make this recipe you will need to buy some as there is no reasonable substitute that I can think of. But, you won’t be sorry. I promise!.....
Beautiful "Bahia" - Brazil (Pictures & Videos)
My favorite brazilian food ever: Acarajé from Bahia! Gosh, how I love it! Bought 2 yesterday in a Festa Junina in Campinas, directly from a baiana! :) Had one yesterday and one just now! I love brazilian Northeast food, God only knows how happy I´d be having it as daily meal if I could. :)
Cheese Sticks with Honey and Farofa
Cheese Sticks with Honey and Farofa | This popular grilled cheese snack can be found all over Brazil and is the ultimate street food. Traditionally made with queijo coalho and served with either molasses or chimichurri sauce, it is equally delicious made with any of the three readily available cheeses suggested below. The farofa is optional but adds texture and an authentic Brazilian touch to the dish. Ideal as a starter or finger-food for a party. Cooked on the Le Creuset Rectangular Grill.
Brazilian street food - Bahia - acarajé and vatapá - Hot and Chilli
Hot&Chilli Blog: acarajé and vatapá recipe from the hot Summery climate of State of Bahia, Brazil. This traditional dish was brought to Bahia by the African slaves to Brazil in colonial times They are sold under strict policies by the street sellers, the Bahianas who wear their customary white long and embroidered garments and headdresses.