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Exciting news:  For the second year we will be at The Good Life Experience, but this time we will be cooking up a feast. 15-16 and 17 of Sep 2017 Lucky festival goes can purchace tickets here: Book here. SATURDAY NIGHT… Continue Reading →

Brazilian Black Bean Stew (Feijoada)

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As seen on BBC1 Eating Together show with Nigel Slater! BBC Food We were invited to take part on “Eating Together” a new TV programme presented by the one and only Nigel Slater (A cook who writes. The Observer’s food… Continue Reading →

Brazilian Style Stroganoff

Brazilian Style Stroganoff I can still remember my mum cooking this dish, I still love it and I now cook it for my family . It’s one of those comfort foods and it does not take long to make it. … Continue Reading →

Brazilian Style Ceviche Appetiser

Brazilian style Ceviche A popular dish mastered in Peru, according to some sources ceviche dates back 2000 years, all the way back during the Inca Empire where fish were marinated with a fermented beverage. With the arrival of the Europeans,… Continue Reading →

Easy gluten free Cheese bread (Pao de Queijo)

Easy gluten free Cheese bread (Pao de Queijo) I was in the mood for some Pao de Queijo the other day but didn’t want to spent too much time making them, so I came across a simple recipe and I… Continue Reading →

Brazilianchef at The Good Life Experience Festival

First of all we would like to thank all the organisers that made the festival possible, we had an amazing time. Thank you for inviting us to take part. So much to see and do and new things to experience…. Continue Reading →

Samba Kitchen by Forever Sports Magazine

Three of our delicious recipes has been published this month on the latest edition of Forever Sports Magazine ( A double spread article titled SAMBA KITCHEN, written by Samantha Rea covering three of our recipes, specially prepared for the August Edition… Continue Reading →

Coconut delight – Cocada

Bringing nostalgic childhood memories back on the table and giving my sweet tooth a little treat in the process. Here is a modified / healthy take on a popular traditional Brazilian coconut comfort sweet treat, doce de cocada.

Brazilian Bitterballen

I travel a lot to Amsterdam and my favourite snake is Bitterballen, delicious deep fried meat ball croquettes and to wash everything down a nice pint of Dutch witbier…. I thought it would be interesting to give it a little Brazilian… Continue Reading →

Pumpkin with prawns – Halloween centrepiece

  This is an unusual but very traditional Brazilian recipe loved by the nation all year round, it makes a great Halloween centrepiece at dinner table. This recipe is prepared in many different ways, and here is my very own special take… Continue Reading →

Pizza de Frango ao catupiry – Chicken with cream cheese

Pizza de frango ao catupiry, the most famous traditional pizza in Brazil. Frango ao catupiry is a tasty mix of tomato sauce, juicy shredded chicken breast and catupiry cream cheese. You can find the catupiry recipe on our site, it… Continue Reading →

Catupiry – Brazilian famous cream cheese

Catupiry is one of the most popular cheese spreads, creamy cheese in Brazil. If you have been to Brazil chances are you have come across many culinary dishes with catupiry cheese in it. One of the most famous catupiry dish… Continue Reading →

Sugar free ice lolly – picole de frutas

What’s the best way to cool down on a hot summer’s day? ICE LOLLIES! Here is a great simple and healthy recipe for seasonal ripe fruit Ice lollies. The reason I choose seasonal fruits is simply due to their natural… Continue Reading →

Healthy gluten free savoury tapioca pancakes

Tapioca, versatile ingredient, gluten free, rich in carbohydrates and very popular in Brazil. Tapioca is the name given to the starch extracted from the cassava root, a native plant from the north region of Brazil, now widely available worldwide thanks to the… Continue Reading →

Chicken pie (Empadinhas)

Some one asked me the other day if Brazilians made pies… Yes we do!!! This is a good one too as you can get creative with the fillings. According to the empadinha dates back to medieval times and were… Continue Reading →

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