Traditional cuisine of Brazil
Food in Brazil is characterized by the fact that the local cuisine will delight you with spicy and spicy dishes, recipes, many of which were taken even the ancient Indians.
As in Brazil foodstuffs are relatively inexpensive, then you can buy food in the shops, and prepare their own meals or snacks in the local coffee shop, without prejudice to his wallet.
Food in Brazil
In Brazilian cuisine was influenced by African, Indian and Portuguese culinary traditions.
The diet consists of fish Brazilians,seafood, meat (beef, chicken, pork), vegetables, legumes, exotic fruits (guava, graviola, kazhu, melansiya, Tucuma, cupuaçu), rice, spices (chilli pepper, garlic, herbs, local).
Residents of the northern part of the country preferprepare meals and Takaka tukupi (mixture of pasta, shrimp juice, jumbo and cassava flour). In the north-eastern areas of popular salted meat, dried in the sun ( "carne de sol"), in the western - roast pork (Lombo de Porco) and dishes of crocodile meat, and in the south-eastern regions - dried cod, couscous shrimp and corn flour and fried sardines.
Brazil should try braised turtle( "Guasado de Tartaruga"); duck, cooked in a thick sauce with cassava and herbs ( "Pato but tukupi"); dish of various kinds of meat, beans, cassava flour and spices ( "feijoada"); pork liver or heart with vegetables ( "sarapatu"); garlic soup with shrimp ( "Takaka"); Meat skewers with vegetable sauce ( "shurasko").
A sweet tooth will be delighted by a variety of cakes and pastries prepared on the basis of local fruit (cake with passion fruit and guava, banana cake or chocolate-based and coconut milk).
Where to eat in Brazil? At your service:
- cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy local and international cuisine;
- shurraskarii (restaurants that serve dishes from different types of meat, fried on a grill with all sorts of marinades);
- restaurants Akilo (food per kilo);
- cafes and restaurants of local and international fast food chains.
Drinks in Brazil
Brazilians are a popular drink coffee,mate (herbal tea), coconut water, guarana (a Brazilian soft drink guarana berry), Cachaca (local vodka, which is made from sugar cane) and beer.
In Brazil, you can try the local (Skol, Brahma, Original, Caracu, Serra Malte) and international beers (Heineken, Stella Artois).
The local bars offer visitors to purchase as canned and draft beer.
Gastronomic tour in Brazil
Hunters gastronomic delights can go on a culinary festival in Brazil - here you will meet with a variety of Brazilian cuisine, fine cuisine from top chefs.
Excursions, surfing, scuba diving, windsurfing, night parties at the water festival events ... Tourists come here not only for this but also tasty and a variety of national dishes.