Wednesday, October 17, 2012

List of unique food you might to try when first arrive in São Paulo

It doesn't matter if you are here for business, tourism or even for just one night. The best flavor from a place has to be appreciated locally. Here is a list of things you might to try in Sao Paulo. Take note:

Pastel is so popular in Sao Paulo that there is a competition every year organized to find out which one is the best
Pastel: is a typical Brasilian dish, consisting of thin pastry envelopes wrapped around different fillings (ground meat, mozzarella, palmito, catupiry cream cheese, chicken, and small shrimp), then deep fried in vegetable oil. The result is a crispy, brownish pastry.

Pão na chapa: it's basically bread and butter cooked on the grill. Very traditional in São Paulo. It's even better if you order it in a bakery. The advice is to try it with coffee and milk ("média" or "pingado" in Portuguese).

Pão de queijo: I wonder why it's not available all over the world yet. It's one of the best Brazilian recipes ever. The ingredients are flour and bread.

Paçoca de amendoim: in local Indian language from tribes of São Paulo, "paçoca" means crumble. It's a traditional Brazilian sweet made ​​with peanut, cassava flour and sugar. This food is very typical and comes from the countryside of the State.

Romeu e Julieta: it's very simple to prepare. It's made by a single slice of "Goiabada" (guava) and also a slice of white cheese. Serve all together and much of your troubles will be away for a while. For the white cheese, if you can, give preference to the "queijo mineiro".

Misto-quente: this is a hot sandwich, prepared with cheese and ham.

Bauru: the name of this sandwich refers to the name of a city in the countryside of the state. This is a famous sandwich in Brazil that was created in a bar in São Paulo in the 30s. Ingredients: French bread with roastbeef, melted cheese, tomato, cucumber, butter, salt.

Vinagrete: prepared with onion, tomato and bell pepper chopped, vinegar, olive oil and salt, commonly used in barbecues. But it is often used in salads. Taste and learn how to prepare. It's easy!

Requeijão: "everything goes well with Requeijão". It's nothing more than cream cheese. However, it's flavor is unique.

Coxinha: It's popular in Sao Paulo and it includes chicken spices, tomato sauce, onion, parsley and scallions (with occasional catupiry cheese), enclosed in wheat flour, batter, and deep fried. It is shaped to roughly resemble a chicken leg.

Quibe: It's a typical dish from the Middle East made with bulk ground beef and wheat tabbouleh. It can be stuffed with cheese and herbs. In São Paulo you can eat quibe in bakeries, coffeeshops, restaurants and bars.
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