Pão de Queijo refers to bread rolls which are found throughout Brazil. Pão de Queijo are prepared by the locals at home and also served at restaurants. They are also available in the supermarkets in the freezer section and just have to be heated before consumption. Pão de Queijo can be an accompaniment to any meal, particularly at breakfast. Note: Just like the Brötchen and Pandesal of Germany and Philippines, respectively which accompanied me and my famila in our breakfast.

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