The Taste of Brazil

Barreado is one of the famous and most popular traditional dishes of Brazilian culture. In fact, it is so popular that it has been adapted in different forms all over the world. Most probably, the first version of this dish that was served to guests was a rice soup called pinto. However, it has developed and been enhanced to become a delicious and sumptuous dish now.

Barreado

 

Barreado, which means dried meat in Portuguese, is a traditional dish common in the Brazilian area, particularly in Parana. It is said that this dish originated during the early 18th century when some travelers from Portugal landed at Rio de Janeiro. With the success of this Portuguese meal, they brought along with them their version of barred which they called pinto. Over time, these patties or rassilos were changed into the now-famous dish we know as barred. It eventually became popular and has now been served in restaurants all over the country.

Although there are versions that vary on the original recipe for barred, most of them include beef, pork and chicken. Most cooks prefer using beef, but if you are not a meat lover then you can just use chicken or ham if you do not have a preference. You can also use vegetables and beans to make your barred more interesting and colorful.

To make this dish, you need to buy some Brazil nuts or Brazil clay. The next step is to cut up the antenna or pork into strips. Then, you need to drain them very well. You can use a strainer or cheese cloth to let the grease or water drip off. Then, you can put the pieces of meat into the marinara or fresh vegetable sauce and cook it.

Once you are done with all the meat, you can use the leftover pieces to make the topping of your barred. First, you need to fry the onions and garlic in olive oil. Then, place the Manioc Fructis or sugar in a pan and bring to boil. Once the mixture begins to simmer, add some oil to render the aroma and flavor into the Manioc Fructis or sugar. Then, stir in the chopped onions and garlic into the cooking oil and cook until the ingredients become translucent and soft.

When you have made the entire mix, you can now cook your barred in a clay pot. First, cut up about a cup of the mixture and keep it aside. In another clean bowl, combine some oil for cooking and the chopped onions and garlic. You can use your finger to massage the mixture to your bread and cover it over medium heat. Cook the Barreado over 20 hours to obtain the desired result.

In order to avoid having the barred stick to the sides of your casserole, use a coating of flour to prevent sticking. It is important to coat the ingredients well to prevent the coating from breaking down while the ingredients are cooking. The preparation of the casserole is essential to make it taste good and to ensure that the ingredients are properly cooked. This can be done by: Using a blender to puree the ingredients, mixing the ingredients, and cooking the mixture over medium heat.

A well prepared Parana hecha is an absolutely delectable dish that will definitely please the palates of your diners. Parana is basically a meat dish that is full of flavor. So, if you are looking forward to impress your family and guests then you should definitely learn the basics of cooking the parana hecha. As a matter of fact, parana hecha is one of the most popular dishes of Brazil.