Brazilian Cheese Bread (Pao de Queijo) like they serve at Tucanos. Charlo Says " Easy to make and good. Used butter instead of oil, and simplified by following the direction on the first comment using my vitamix (food processor would work too). Put in toaster oven to reheat nicely."
I, for one, am completely and totally obsessed with chimichurri. I can, and often do, eat it on absolutely any and everything–on a salt-crusted seared ribeye, topping garlic mashed potatoes, on Bibb lettuce as a salad, as a dip for pizza, dressing fried eggs for breakfast.. It can go on literally anything. I tried a few...Read More »
Born in Southern Brazil and now a resident of Texas, Evandro Caregnato shares Brazil’s unique cooking style with others through his line of Texas de Brazil restaurants and his recently released cookbook, Churrasco: Grilling the Brazilian Way (Gibbs Smith, 2016).
Churrasco de Flank Steak (Flank Steak Brazilian Style)
Texas de Brazil's au gratin potatoes~I do not have a recipe for this but I found a website with the ingredients:Potatoes Au Gratin: red potatoes, heavy cream, butter, black pepper, onion chicken base, Parmesan cheese and brandy.