Farofa refers to a Brazilian condiment of manioc or cassava meal roasted in oil. It looks a little like stuffing that is served as a side dish and/or sprinkled over food. It is used as an ingredient for cooking a Portuguese dish known as Frango com farofa

Farofa is pronounced "fuh-roh-fuh"

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