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All posts tagged homemade

Feijoada is a black bean stew that is brewed with a variety of salted and smoked pork and beef products, braised with onions, garlic, and spices until everything is meltingly tender and oh so flavourful.A hearty black bean stew that will warm your soul!The rich, smoky stew is then served with rice, sautéed collard greens, orange slices, and topped with farofa (toasted cassava flour).It is extremely popular in Brazil. It is often called the national dish of Brazil. Read more
Caldo Verde is a Portuguese creamy soup made with potatoes, collard greens (or kale), sliced smoked Portuguese sausage and olive oil. It is a hearty, nutritious and homey peasant dish with tons of wow-factor! Ready in under an hour! Simple, pleasantly satisfying, budget and friendly. Read more
This Bis ice cream cake appeals to kids of all ages, from 5 to 105. It is sure to be a crowd-pleaser! Read more
I've made up this version of stroganoff with crab stick, and bocconcini and my family loved it. And as usual in Brazil, Stroganoff is best served with potato sticks. Read more
Arracacha bun is soft like a cloud. A fluffy golden bread full of flavour! Make this recipe for breakfast, brunch or afternoon snacks or for the school lunchbox! Read more
Pumpkin compote (Brazilian doce de abóbora) is so easy to make!!! In this recipe, pumpkin and sugar are slowly cooked on the stovetop. Yes, this is a simple 2-ingredient recipe. Read more
Brazilian arracacha & jerked beef shepherd's pie (The famous Escondidinho de mandioquinha (batata-baroa) com carne seca in Brazil) is a homey, comforting casserole that combines a delicious layer combo of arracacha puree and a savoury filling jerked beef. It is delicious and you will love how easy this dish comes together. Read more
Have dinner on the table in under half an hour with this pan-fried Yellowfin tuna fillets topped with a creamy Dijon sauce with hints of herb and garlic. Read more
Yakisoba is a Japanese noodle dish that literally translates to grilled (yaki) noodles (soba). It is incredibly versatile, making it a perfect weeknight meal for using up whatever meat and vegetables you have on hand. Once the vegetables and meat have cooked and the cooked noodles have been added and sauteed briefly, a sweet and slightly salty sauce is added to the pan. It’s that simple. Read more
You may go to the Outback Steakhouse for the red meat, but the wonderful dark bread, served before the food arrives, is definitely a highlight of the meal. Luckily, you can make your own loaf at home. I’m pretty sure you’re going to love my Outback bread copycat recipe! Read more
 
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