Most salads in the Brazilian cuisine represent a blend o
n salad is the ipanema grilled chicken salad, which can be homemade as well as served in elegant restaurants. A great Brazilian salad is the salpicão (shoestrings salad), which is not very difficult to make, and consists of chicken breast, sliced ham, drained green peas, carrots, shoestring potato fries, green apple and mayonnaise. Other consistent salads may be a potato salad, or may include white rice with Gorgonzola, fresh sliced tomatoes, and onion rings. Fruit salads are very much appreciated in the Brazilian cuisine and they include a large variety of tropical exotic fruits, such as papaya, mango, açaí, cupuaçu, bananas, kiwi, oranges and pineapples, which are usually served with liquors and whipped cream. It can be easily homemade or fancy served in a restaurant.
Pages in category "Brazilian Salads"
The following 9 pages are in this category, out of 9 total.