To think im Brazilian and dont cook Brazilian food...
BUT... i do stick to my roots sometimes..
Feijoada and spiced Tortilla Chips
Both the feijoada and tortilla chips are homemade.
The feijoada iself has pork sausages, spiced pork sausages, bacon, belly, and muscle.... ALL FROM THE PORK.
Black beans and some seasonings..
The chips were made from a very thin dough, seasoned with pepper, salt, oregano, parsely, thyme, and baked till crisp.
Then i have a traditional brazilian dessert....
Basically a corn pudding using sweet green corn. My family has a few corn plantations so it was organic as well XD.
I prefer mine with cinnamon on top.
Its very pasty, sweet, and traditionally made in religious holidays or when corn is usually at its peak.
For those who want an interesting read... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curau
Best part about brazilian cuisine in general is the fact every state/colony has their own cuisine...witht heir own techniques, using different fruits, methods, and even protiens....
You could live here your whole life and never eat everything this country has to offer xD.
Edited by KaiqueKuisine - 4/3/14 at 5:11pm