Brazilian beef stew with yucca recipes

Remembering Morretes and Barreado

It is popular among Brazilians from the surrounding areas, not international visitors. Barreado is a meat stew made withbeef, bay leaf, cilantro and other herbs
100 Brazilian Foods You Must Try

100 Brazilian Foods You Must Try

typical Brazilian plate)Buchada de bode (mutton dish)Bolo de rolo (a rolled, sweet bread)FurrundumChá mate gelado (chilled mate tea)Rabada (oxtail stew)Vaca atolada (beefstewwithyucca)Pitanga (a fruit)Quibebe (pumpkin dish)Pintando na brasa (BBQ fish)Cuscuz paulista (corn-based dish)Quebra queixo (hard sugar-based sweet)Pingado de padaria (a must-have, served in Brazilian diners, hot milk with a little of coffee)Quindim (egg-yolk-based sweet)Cajuzinho (cashew-nut sweet)Sorvete de milho (sweet corn ice cream)Sarapatel (very common in Bahia)Bolinho de chuva Caruru (a type of stew, also common in Bahia)Frango com quiabo (chicken with okra)Leitão à pururuca (pork dish)Canjica doce (sweet corn pudding)Pinhão (type of pine nut, usually baked, common in the South)Vinho quente (hot wine)Cachaça artesanal de qualidade (artisan quality cachaça)Pão de queijo (cheese bread)Caldeirada de tucunaré Moqueca (very common in Bahia, a fish stewwith lobster and shrimp, coconut milk and other goodies)Mandioca frita (fried yucca)Broa de fubá (a sort of pastry made from corn flour)Jaca (you have to know how to eat this fruit, but it´s worth it
My Brazil through Food

My Brazil through Food

A typical Brazilian churrasco complete with grilled meat, vinaigrette (veggies in oil and lime juice), farofa (toasted mandioca flour), and this one came with steamed mandioca (cassava, yucca)