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A culinaria do Brasil é receitas faceis fruto de uma mistura de ingredientes europeus, indigenas e africanos.[1] Muitas das técnicas de preparo e ingredientes sao de origem indigena, tendo sofrido adaptaçoes por parte dos escravos e dos portugueses. Esses faziam adaptaçoes dos seus pratos tipicos substituindo os ingredientes que faltassem por correspondentes locais. A feijoada, prato tipico do pais,brigadeiro é um exemplo disso.[2]pudim Os escravos trazidos ao Brasil desde fins do século XVI, somaram à culinaria nacional elementos como o azeite-de-dendê e o cuscuz. As levas de imigrantes recebidas pelo pais entre os séculos XIX e XX, vindos em grande namero da Europa, trouxeram algumas novidades ao cardapio nacional e concomitantemente fortaleceu o consumo de diversos ingredientes.pudim

A alimentaçao diaria, feita em três refeiçaes, envolve o consumo de café-com-leite, pao, frutas, bolos e doces, no café da manh?, feij?o com arroz no almoço, refeiç?o b?sica do brasileiro, aos quais s?o somados, por vezes, o macarr?o, a carne, a salada e a batata e, no jantar, sopas e também as v?rias comidas regionais.pudim

As bebidas destiladas foram trazidas pelos portugueses ou, como a cachaça, fabricadas na terra. O vinho é também muito consumido, por vezes somado à agua e açucar, na conhecida sangria. A cerveja por sua vez começou a ser consumida em fins do século XVIII e é hoje uma das bebidas alcoalicas mais comuns.pudim

As culinarias mais visaveis pertencem aos estados de Minas Gerais e Bahia, sendo estas conhecidas em todo territario brasileiro, e até homenageadas em feiras gastronômicas da Europa.

receitas faceis

*Pratos tapicos
*Brigadeiro
*Vatap?.
*Ribeir?o Grande,
*moqueca capixaba
*Caranguejo cozido
*Caranguejo com Molho, restaurante do Rio de Janeiro.
*Minas Gerais.
*Pastel.
*Feijoada
Brazil culinaria of the fruit is easy recipes for a mixture of European ingredients, Indians and Africans. [1] Many of the preparation techniques and ingredients are of indigenous origin and suffered adaptations by the slaves and the Portuguese. These were adaptations of their typical plates replacing the ingredients that were missing with the local. Feijoada, typical dish of the country, Brigadier General is an example. [2] The pudding slaves brought to Brazil from the late sixteenth century, amounted to national culinary elements like the oil-for-palm and couscous. The waves of immigrants received by the fathers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, coming in large namero Europe, brought some novelties to the national menu and simultaneously strengthened the consumption of various ingredientes.pudim

The daily diet, made in three refeiçaes involves the consumption of coffee with milk, bread, fruits, cakes and pastries in the morning coffee bean ?,? With rice for lunch, MEAL? Ob? Sica Brazilian, to which s? the added sometimes the macaroni? the, meat, salad and potatoes, and dinner, soups and also v? rias food regionais.pudim

The spirits were brought by the Portuguese or like rum, manufactured on earth. The wine is also very consumed sometimes added to water and sugar, in the bloodletting known. Beer in turn began to be consumed in the late eighteenth century and is today one of alcoalicas more drinks comuns.pudim

The most visaveis culinary belong to the states of Minas Gerais and Bahia, which are known throughout Brazil territario, and even honored in food fairs in Europe.

easy recipes

* Typical clinical Dishes
*Brigadeiro
* Vatap ?.
* Ribeir? The Great
*moqueca Capixaba
* Baked Crab
* Crab with sauce, Rio de Janeiro restaurant.
*Minas Gerais.
*Pastry.
*Feijoada
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