Traditional Brazilian Dishes

7 Traditional Brazilian Dishes You Need To Try

There are some wonderful traditional Brazilian dishes that you can make at home while you wait for the opportunity to visit again. Maybe you want to recreate that tasty treat from a previous vacation or you want to test your cooking ability before visiting. Either way, this list has you covered.

These aren’t just any old recipes either. They come from the world’s best food bloggers. Make sure to bookmark the ones you like and flick through their other recipes. You will find some absolute gems.

Time to transport yourself via your tastebuds to Brazilian, while cooking in the comfort of your own home.

The Best Traditional Brazil Dishes

1. Brazilian Flan

Brazilian Flan, or ‘Pudim’, as it is call it in Brazil, is one of the most traditional desserts in the country. Its velvety, creamy texture and sweet taste makes it one of the best selling desserts in the bakeries across the country.

Recipe created by Lilian.

Traditional Brazilian Dishes

2. Feijoada (Brazilian Black Bean Stew)

One delicious southern traditional dish is this Brazilian black beans, and pork stew! This dish is one of the favourites and goes very well with white rice, oranges, and cabbage! If you ever go to Brazil, you just have to eat the Feijoada!

Recipe created by Nicolas.

Traditional Brazilian Dishes

3. Sous Vide Picanha

This recipe for Sous Vide Picanha is dead easy if you have the tools. Cooking the Picanha steak Sous Vide makes it almost impossible to screw up. You get edge to edge medium rare perfection every time. Plus, you don’t have to be a professional chef to do it.

Recipe created by James.

Traditional Brazilian Dishes

4. Brazilian Beer Chicken

The recipes uses boneless, skinless chicken thighs instead of a whole chicken and coarse grain mustard. The meat ends up tender beyond belief.

Recipe created by Josette.

5. Creamy Brazilian Limeade

Creamy Brazilian Limeade (aka Brazilian Lemonade) is a super easy, family friendly nonalcoholic summer drink for parties. Plus, it’s made with just five ingredients!

Recipe created by Sara.

6. Brazilian Fish Stew

This creamy, coconut milk-based cod and plantain stew is paleo, dairy free, keto, and Whole30. But the best part is the full spectrum of flavors and colorful veggies! One of the tastiest traditional Brazilian dishes ever.

Recipe created by Chelsea.

7. Brazilian Nut Blood Orange Cake

A combination of two unique, flavourful ingredients come together so well in this Brazilian Nut Blood Orange Cake.

Recipe created by Dikla.

Although you may not be able to travel there right now, we have some guides to help you plan a future trip to Brazil.

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That looks really great! Thanks for sharing those recipes.