If for some reason you do not get to go to a Brazilian steakhouse, you can still bring this experience home. This is why we bring this short list of sides and appetizers together with easy recipes to make them at home with or without the meat.
This is more than a Brazilian barbecue guide: it is a tribute to the Farroupilha Week, celebrated in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, south of Brazil.
Barbecue is one of these traditions and the theme of this blog. If you have been to a Brazilian steakhouse and fell in love with the experience and flavors, you will want to save this post for later and share it with friends.
Here you’ll find not only a thorough list of the most popular meat cuts served at steakhouses, but a guide on how to grill them in your own home!
As probably the most known Brazilian cocktail, Caipirinha is popular among Brazilian steakhouses and BBQ gatherings everywhere. Although many people make the cocktail with vodka, the original recipe is made with Brazilian Cachaça - a spicy, sweet, and fruity clear liquor distilled from fermented sugarcane juice. Everyone has their own way of making caipirinha (kai-purr-REEN-yah), but the basis consists of: alcohol (cachaça or vodka) + fruit + sugar + ice. The classic version uses lime, though you can also try fruits such as strawberry, pineapple, passion fruit, and even mix two of them. Since there is...
A big bowl of guacamole with huge bags of chips can’t go wrong when you have a big group of people hanging out together. Although it works perfectly for a small reunion as well. Nothing like the fresh taste of homemade guacamole. So what about matching it with homemade tortilla chips? More than that, what about making them on the GRILL? Grilled food just tastes different. So, if you plan on doing a BBQ or anything on the grill, use the opportunity to prepare this classic appetizer. The smoky flavor of the tortillas will bring a special...