Risottos are a very popular style of cooking in Brazilian cuisine. Octopus Rissoto, or Risoto de Polvo, is a unique Brazilian take on the risotto dish. The combination of the risotto rice alongside the octopus makes for an unbelievable texture as well as flavor.
Goiabada is a signature Brazilian guava paste. Goiabada is extremely popular in Brazilian cuisine because of its unique Guava flavor that is perfect for combining in many Brazilian desserts. Great for spreading on toasted bread or just about anything. It can be bought in many stores throughout Brazil but here is a simple and easy way to make the homemade version.
Cuscuz Branco is a traditional Brazilian white pudding made from coconut and tapioca. It is a richly decadent pudding with just the right amount of sweetness and a perfect texture. Cuzcuz Branco originates in the Northeastern Brazil and is most typically enjoyed during the Brazilian winter holidays. It is an easy to make dessert that is perfect for friends and guests are around.
Salpicão is a very traditional and signature Brazilian Chicken salad which combines delicious shredded chicken breast mixed with lime juice, apples, raisins and mayo. Salpicão is a wonderful richly flavored salad that will fill you up whenever you are most hungry. Great when serving between two pieces of toasted bread, it is quite simple to make and is perfect for serving with some guests during lunch time.