Quibebe is a traditional and signature squash soup dish originating in Northeastern Brazil. It is a great butternut squash soup with addition of a unique spicy kick. It is typically served as an accompaniment or an appetizer before a meal. It has a very rich and thick creamy texture, and is a hearty soup with tons of flavor. It is quite simple and easy to make, and perfect for making during the winter when butternut squash is in season.
Bauru is a simple and easy to make yet unbelievably delicious Brazilian sandwich. It combines roast beef along with vegetables like tomatoes and pickles combined together with melted mozzarella cheese in a toasted Portuguese style bun. This is a signature and traditional sandwich that originated around 1934 when Casimiro Pinto Neto asked for a sandwich to these exact specifications in a sandwich shop in São Paulo. From then on, it became a widespread hit.
Shrimp Soup, or Sopa de Camarão, is a delicious creamy Brazilian seafood soup. It combines wonderful Brazilian style flavors like coconut milk along with shrimp and some vegetables into a richly flavorful and hearty soup. Just making the soup can be enjoyment enough as it emanates a wonderful aroma. It is simple and easy to make, and is a soup that is perfect for just about any occasion.
Fried Cassava, or Mandioca Frita, is a simple and popular Brazilian eat. Cassava is one of the most signature ingredients in Brazilian cuisine. The fried cassava is cooked until golden and crispy, this is a perfect snack for eating whenever, by itself or as a side. It is very easy to make and you only need a few ingredients to make this delicious Brazilian food.