Wednesday, June 10, 2009
That's not all, through this website you can also get a lot of recipe which you can use to cook your favorite food. eFoodDepot.com lists over 4000 recipes for various food dishes and is also the largest enthic super market.
Having Brazilian origin I immediately browsed through Brazilian ethnicity foods and found mouth watering delicacies. Truly they offer hard to find food products such as, snacks, sauces, spices, cooking mixes, sweets, cookies, beverages, etc.
I know they have what it takes to prepare these great Brazilian cuisine:
- Salgadinhos are small savory snacks (literally salty snacks). Similar to Spanish tapas, these are mostly sold in corner shops and a staple at working class and lower middle-class familiar celebrations. There are many types of filled and fried pastries:
- Pão de Queijo (literally cheese bread), a typical Brazilian snack, is a small, soft roll made of manioc flour and cheese.
- Coxinha is a chicken croquette shaped like a chicken thigh. Coxinha is a popular Brazilian snack.
- Kibe (or quibe): extremely popular, it corresponds to the Lebanese dish kibbeh and was brought to mainstream Brazilian culture by Syrian and Lebanese immigrants.
- Esfiha: (Arabic Sfiha) Another Lebanese and middle-eastern dish, despite being a more recent addition to Brazilian cuisine they are nowadays easily found everywhere, specially in southern and southeastern regions. They are pie/cakes with fillings like beef, mutton, cheese curd, or seasoned vegetables.
- Pastéis are small half-moon shaped pastries with a wide variety of fillings (sometimes also shaped big and in a squared form). Similar to Spanish fried empanadillas, but of Japanese origin (and brought to Brazil by the Japanese diaspora).
- Empada are snacks that resenble pot pies in a small scale. Filled with a mix of palm hearts,peas, flour and chicken or shrimp.
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