Feijoada is the national dish of Brazil that can take a day or two to make. Here's a great recipe with ingredients easily found at any supermarket. With the help of a pressure cooker, it's as good as done!
Typical Meals: FEIJOADA is a stew of smoked meats (usually pork and/or beef and black beans often served with rice and vegetables. It is originally a Portuguese dish but is cooked in former colonies - Brazil being one of them. It is now one of the most common and loved dishes in Brazil and has actually become the national dish!