Welcome to Brazilian Kitchen Abroad, your one and only resource for cooking legit Brazilian food, outside of Brazil. I’m so happy you’re here ready to introduce those Brazilian flavors to your everyday cooking.
Whether you’re Brazilian and now live somewhere out there in the world, you’re close to Brazilian people and want to make them feel right at home, or you just love Brazilian food and would like to learn all the deets, this is definitely the right place for you to be in! You’ll learn new things AND will have a festa in your kitchen (or should I say, in your Brazilian Kitchen Abroad) all the time.
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[…] I am American and my wife is Brazilian but I enjoy cooking Brazilian dishes more than she does!! […] we made your Mayonnaise recipe last weekend, it was a hit! Thanks again! Abracos, Obrigado
I left Brazil a while back and unlike you, I could never cook (until I got married and figured my husband wouldn’t survive on noodles only!)Now I live in Germany and I am still learning how to cook – both Brazilian and German foods. I found your blog looking up Canjica+Instant Pot and already made my first pot yesterday 🙂 today I’m making beans for my husband who just looooves Brazilian food 🙂 Looking forward to learning more with you and your blog!– Glau, Germany
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Step 4: Get to know me
I started blogging in 2017 in a different space, and that journey led me here, to this space full of Brazilian flavor-chasing friends. Come read our story to get to know a little bit about me, and why I created Brazilian Kitchen Abroad.
Step 5: Have fun!!!
That goes without saying, amigos – I want you to have a great time in your kitchen. And while cooking can be easy and stress free, it also requires some commitment, trial and error, and practice.
The best advice I can give you when it comes to cooking is, practice! The more you do something, the more you understand it, and the better you’ll become at it. So don’t give up, don’t get upset. If a recipe doesn’t turn out the way you expected the first time around, do it again. And don’t forget, I’m here to help!
Step 6: Keep me posted
Don’t hesitate to reach out you can send me an email at oi(at)braziliankitchenabroad(dot)com or find me on Instagram and let me know how I can support you, guide you, or share a beautiful photo of one of my dishes that you cooked so I can cheer you on and celebrate with you. We’re in this together!