Feijoada (Slow-Cooked Black Bean Stew, with Beef and Pork, with Rice)

It is considered Brazil’s national dish. The name comes from the word feijão, which means bean in Portuguese, the main ingredient of the dish. A hearty slow cooked stew of black beans, salted beef and pork, traditionally served with rice, collard greens, fried plantains and farofa (toasted manioc flour).
Soak carne seca and sausages 24 hours before cooking the meal.
Prepare Vinaigrette salsa 30-60 minutes before serving.

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  • Ingredients

    Carne seca, smoked calabresa sausages, sausages, black beans, orange, bacon, farofa, orange wedges, sugar, cinnamon, bananas, butter, vegetable oil, rice, onion, tomatoes, red bell pepper, white wine vinegar, pepper, collard greens, olive oil, garlic, salt, 7C2U herbs and spices.

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