Feijoada is the national dish of Brazil that can take a day or two to make. Here's a great recipe with ingredients easily found at any supermarket. With the help of a pressure cooker, it's as good as done!

Feijoada (Brazilian Beef Stew)

Feijoada is the national dish of Brazil that can take a day or two to make. Here's a great recipe with ingredients easily found at any supermarket. With the help of a pressure cooker, it's as good a (Butter Beans Crockpot)

Galinhada is an emblematic Brazilian dish prepared with rice and chicken whose…

Galinhada - Authentic Brazilian Recipe

Galinhada is an emblematic Brazilian dish prepared with rice and chicken whose yellow color comes from saffron or turmeric.

Brazilian honey garlic butter shrimp In coconut milk.

Honey Garlic Butter Shrimp In Coconut Milk with Fried Plantains

Maito de Telapia- Equador  Tilapia wrapped in a banana leaf & cooked over an open fire

Maito de Telapia- Equador Tilapia wrapped in a banana leaf & cooked over an open fire

Sopa Leão Veloso is a type of moqueca (fish stew) that is quite common in Brazil.

Sopa Leão Veloso is a type of moqueca (fish stew) that is quite common in Brazil. Made with Shrimp, lobster and fish heads with onion, tomato and saffron.

Ajiaco soup

Named for its place of origin. Ajiaco Bogotano is a traditional dish from Bogota Colombia consisting of split chicken breast, potatoes and corn housed in a bath of traditional Colombian flavors and spices.

Rocoto Relleno - Peru

Rocoto Relleno (I don't have "death peppers," but maybe any reasonably hot pepper would do?

Feijoada - Brazil

Feijoda, the national dish of Brazil, is a smoked meat and bean stew. Hearty, tasty and filling, it's eaten at least twice a week by locals.

Crêpes Forestière

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