Feijoada is a typical Portuguese stew of beans with beef and pork. It is also typical in Brazil, Angola and other former Portuguese colonies. In Brazil, feijoada is considered the national dish.

The name comes from feijão, Portuguese for "beans", and is pronounced [feiʒuˈada] or [feʒuˈada].

  • Feijoada on Wikipedia—original source of description section, licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License

Ingredients Edit

Directions Edit

  1. In a separated pan, fry cubes of pork tenderloin and slices of bacon with salt, garlic.
  2. Add all the sausages sliced and stir medium-heat until dry all the water.
  3. Add the cooked meat to the pan with the black beans and your feijoada is ready!.
  4. Cook your feijoada more 10 minutes to meat soak in the black beans.
  5. You can add some pepper sauce to your feijoada at this point.

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