Roasted poblano is the star in this Creamy Poblano and Farro Risotto that is both hearty and full of flavor! And yes, you can have a creamy risotto without milk or cheese. Here's how to keep it vegan and delicious.
The Revitalizer Cocktail is made with Bacardi Rum, Pamplemousse, Pineapple Juice, Simple Syrup and Blue Majik powder. Blue Majik is an athlete's dream supplement because of its ability to support healthy joints and flexibility and increase energy, vitality, and endurance. Make this cocktail to support your muscles and your tastebuds.
A sweet cornmeal cake, Fogo de Chão’s Bolo de Fuba is a perfect dish to pair with a Brazilian breakfast or afternoon coffee. Best served at room temperature or slightly warm, this recipe is sure to be a crowd pleaser, no matter the occasion.
Popular in Rio in the 1950’s, this shrimp empanada is an updated classic that incorporates the flavors of the Bahia region. Filled with shrimp, coconut milk, and the popular dendê oil (palm oil), this fusion delivers an essential Brazilian appetizer.
Caramelized onion, caramelized apples, and caramelized brussels sprouts are all delicious in part because of the method that gives them that sweet, buttery depth of flavor we all love. As these examples suggest, you can caramelize sweet and savory fruits and vegetables as long as they're full of natural sugars. You can even caramelize sugar - and make caramel, the simplest and most amazing sweet you can imagine, but you knew that.
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