Derived from the Arabic word taabil, meaning “seasoning,” tabouleh makes for the perfect side dish or appetizer to any traditional Brazilian dinner.
Pão de Queijo, also known as cheesy bread, is both a popular snack and breakfast food in Brazil. Warm, soft cheesy bread rolls are served throughout an entire meal, and this irresistible recipe from São Paulo is both easy-to-make and entirely unmissable. Made with sweet and sour yucca flour and Parmesan cheese, these rolls are naturally gluten-free.
Don’t let the caramelization fool you – these bananas make for the perfect side dish to enjoy alongside any Brazilian-inspired lunch or dinner! The balance of sweet and salty is crucial to Southern Brazilian cuisine, and these caramelized bananas help prepare and enliven the palate throughout the meal.