Feijoada refers to Brazil's national dish which is a combination of black beans, dried beef, sausage, bacon, ham and various cuts of pork.

Feijoada is served with traditional accompaniments like, cooked plain white rice, cooked greens, slices of fresh orange, and a very hot sauce called Molho Carioca. As a condiment, toasted cassave flour is used. However, Feijoada is already a substantial dish because of the many ingredients cooked with the black beans, that it needs some more to accompany it. Feijoada is also popularly known as Feijoada Completa.


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