1. Barbecued meat
We can surely say that Brazil is South America's champion in dishes with meat. Picanha style sliced meat marinated with rough salt is usually grilled on average temperature until the meat gets pinkish color and favorite dish of Brazilians.
Cachaça is Brazil's national cocktail. Present in their culture since 1950’, this drink is made out of half lime cut into four wedges, two teaspoons of brown sugar, and Cachaça. The drink is usually served in old school style glasses with crushed ice.
Brigadeiros is also called the Brazilian version of chocolate truffle. For this sweet dish, you need chocolate, cocoa powder, butter, condensed milk, and chocolate sprinkles for the finishing layer.
4. Pão de queijo
Brazilians made two favorite flavors mixed into one: cheese and bread. Made with tapioca flour, eggs, and minas cheese, these ingredients are rolled into small balls. These cheese balls are mostly served with beer or eaten as a snack at any time of the day.
This is the most popular baked dessert in Brazil. Made out of eggs, sugar, and ground coconut has a smooth top, yellow color, and size of a cupcake.