The Brazilian Cheese Bread goes well with everything. 30 min in the oven and they are ready to serve. Bite sized food, unique, tasty and gluten-free.
Visit a Brazil Village partner near you to try our Brazilian Cheese Bread.
The gluten-free Brazilian Cheese Bread is now available at Nicastro Fine Foods - 1558 Merivale Road - (613) 225-3470
"We are continuously searching for exciting new tastes, so visit our store today. Nicastro's is a local favourite. The store caters to gourmets from all over the city of Ottawa and beyond. Chef's from the city's finest restaurants and hotels can always be found shopping at Nicastro's. We have established an excellent supply network that brings the finest products to Ottawa." (source: nicastros.com)
This salsa is typically served with Brazilian Barbecue or on top of any meat (chicken, fish, sausage…). It is also great on top of the rice or as a side dish.
1/2 cup of diced onion (red or white)
2 or 3 diced tomatoes (leave the peel but remove the seeds)
1/2 cup of olive oil
1/4 cup of white wine vinegar
1/4 cup of yellow or green pepper (optional)
1/4 cup of water
A pinch of salt and herbs (at your taste)
In a bowl, whisk together the salt, water, vinegar and olive oil. Mix well (thorough blending and good ingredients are the key to success for this recipe).
Add the diced onions, yellow or green pepper and the tomatoes. Flavor as you fit by tossing some fresh herbs (in our recipe we have used parsley, chives and some basil). Let stand for 30 min before serving.
Yield: 08 servings (1/2 cups)
Tip: If you are not using the salsa right away, add salt to it right before serving (so that the tomatoes do not get dehydrated if let for long time), cover and refrigerate.
This tasty dessert is very popular and served at most restaurants. It is especially refreshing and delicious in the summer. Here is what you need to prepare one of the best deserts in the world:
1 bag of 100g of papaya pulp
2 scoops good quality vanilla ice cream
1 1/2 teaspoon Liqueur De Cassis ("creme de cassis") *
1 spring of mint (optional)
Add the papaya pulp and the vanilla ice cream together and blend until nice and smooth.
Pour in a chilled dessert dish or glass and add 1 1/2 teaspoon cassis cream liqueur on top.
Serve immediately. You can choose 1 sprig of mint for garnish. * If you prefer not to use alcohol in a recipe then you can use the black currant syrup or black currant jam to substitute the liqueur.