When it comes to food Brazil is crammed with the best flavors. Food is a really important aspect of traveling and we love how traveling opens us to the varied platter of dishes and flavors and when in Brazil you should definitely try out the country’s rich diverse flavors and foods. Due to varied cultural diversity, the country is blessed with unique cuisine. As you move to different regions you’ll be amazed at how mottled and giant the menu becomes.
The country is known to be Latin America’s food paradise and when in Brazil you should surely savor their rich gastronomy. The best thing you can do is go out and try the local foods. We have picked the best of the Brazilian gastronomy so on your next trip to Brazil do try these dishes out and we are sure you’ll love the Brazilian cuisine even more. Keep Scrolling!
Want to give yourself a popular chocolate treat? The traditional Brazilian dessert, also known as the Brazilian Chocolate Truffle is just mouth-watering. When in Brazil you should definitely relish the Brazilian style chocolate truffles. The sweet balls are prepared with condensed milk, butter, and cocoa powder. The desert is very popular in Brazil and is always on the menu of parties and get together.
The Brigadeiro tastes more like gooey and chewy brownies. Made with high-quality chocolates you could find the dish too sweet that will instantly pump your sugar level but since you are on a vacation you can indulge in some diet cheat days, right? We bet these sweet balls sprinkled with chocolates and made of chocolates will win your heart in one bite. So, when in Brazil do eat these out.
The Brazilian style soup is commonly found in North Brazil mainly in the states of Acre, Amazonas, and Para. The soup is a widely loved and consumed dish and is prepared with jambu- a leafy plant known to have numbing properties, tucupi, dried shrimps, and small yellow peppers. The dish is served piping hot and is utterly mouth-numbing.
You can spot the dish widely on the streets, particularly in the afternoon. The soup is served in gourds known as cuias and you don’t require any spoon to taste the soup instead savor it in a traditional style by sipping directly from the bowl. You will surely love the soup.
The Caipiroska is the most popular cocktail in Brazil and is quite similar to the popular South American cocktail Caipirinha but with a slight difference that instead of usual cachaca it is made with vodka. The cocktail consists of lime, sugar, and vodka. Give yourself a refreshing and citrusy sip and you’ll love the cocktail with every sip. The cocktail is served traditionally in an old-fashioned highball glass crammed with ice and garnishing of lime wedges.
The low-calorie cocktail is a perfect summer drink that refreshes you and a cool thing about the cocktail is you can get it prepared for any fruit you like.
Vatapa is the most famous dish of Brazil made with tropical flavors. The main ingredients of the dish consist of stale bread, fish, shrimp, cashews, coconut oil, palm oil, and manioc flour. The bright yellow-colored dish is mostly served in the Bahia northeastern state of Brazil. The dish is traditionally consumed with white rice. The fish stew is delectable seafood and is one of the classic dishes of Brazil and you should definitely try this out on your Brazilian vacation.