Picadinho de Jacaré refers to Brazilian traditional indigenous meal made from alligator meat which is eaen/consumed predominately in the Northern Amazon region

"Picadinho de Jacaré" is a dish in Brazilian cuisine that translates to "chopped alligator." It is a stew-like dish that typically includes pieces of alligator meat cooked with onions, tomatoes, peppers, and various seasonings.

Here are some other examples of traditional Brazilian dishes that you might enjoy:

  1. Feijoada - a stew made with black beans, beef, and pork, typically served with rice, farofa (toasted cassava flour), and oranges.

  2. Coxinha - a fried dough pastry filled with shredded chicken and cream cheese.

  3. Brigadeiro - a sweet chocolate truffle made with condensed milk, cocoa powder, and butter.

  4. Pão de Queijo - a popular cheese bread made with tapioca flour and cheese.

  5. Moqueca - a seafood stew made with coconut milk, tomatoes, peppers, and dendê oil (palm oil).

  6. Churrasco - Brazilian barbecue, typically featuring various cuts of meat cooked on skewers over an open flame.

  7. Acarajé - a deep-fried dough made from black-eyed peas, served with shrimp, peppers, onions, and a spicy sauce.

I hope this helps you explore some of the delicious dishes from Brazil!


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