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Brazilian food recipe

Cooking food from Brazil

Price: u$s 45 per person includes all fresh and finest local ingredients. Enjoy the fruits of your labor! Eat what you just created accompanied by the appropriate wine

Brazil cooking class covers:

Moqueca de Peixe
In this Brazilian-Style Fish Stew we will use a white fish filet (cod, scrod, haddock, or any firm fleshed fish) available depending on what is fresh on the market. Ingredients to be explored with the recipe are coconut milk, tomatoes, green and red peppers, onion, garlic, parsley and cilantro, palm oil (dende oil) and fresh lemon juice. Dende oil is the most exciting ingredient in this recipe, it is a bright orange palm oil, a staple in Brazilian cuisine with a distinctive flavor.

A coarse meal or flour known as farinha de mandioca (manioc meal), which is as basic to the diet of Brazilians today as it was to the early Indians. It is a ubiquitous tabletop condiment.

Fried Bananas

In Brazil you can have fried bananas with your food or as a dessert. We will learn how to make crispy golden bananas cakes.

Pao de Queijo
Brazilian cheese puffs. This Brazilian bread is typical int he states of Minas Gerais and Goiás. Although the dough is sticky to work with at first, once added the eggs it turns into a smooth, fragrant cheesy mass that is fun to work with.

Pairing Drink
We will learn how to prepare the traditional Brazilian drink called Caipirinha. This Brazilian national drink is made with limes, sugar, water and the sugar cane brandy known as cachaça. There is a special technique to prepare a great Caipirinha and I will tell you all about it!

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