Feijoada is a thick, rich black bean stew, stuffed with several different kinds of pork and beef. The result is a dish that is delicious, warm, and comforting. It’s also the national dish of Brazil and a recipe worth sampling!

INGREDIENTS – Black beans – Corned beef – Pork ribs – Smoked bacon – Chorizo sausage – Smoked sausage – Garlic – Onions – Bay leaves – Salt & pepper

Brazilian Cuisine is known for bringing together inspiration from many different cultures and regions including European, Indigenous, Italian and African flavors. The result is always something uniquely delicious.

Prepare the beans and meat. Beans need to soak overnight. Cut and soak the corned beef before cutting them into smaller pieces and added them to a pot with the pork ribs for boiling. 

Saute the chorizo, sausage and bacon in a pan. Add in the onions and garlic until softened. Add in the boiled meat. 

Pour in the soaked beans and bay leaves, add in the water and allow the ingredients to cook about 2 hours. Mash up a portion of the beans to use as a thickener. 

Once the cooking time is over, you can taste for salt and pepper needed. It's ready to serve!


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