Brigadeiro is a Traditional Brazilian recipe very known around the World and present at almost every single birthday party. Now Bemujigae brings to you a special collection of Brigadeiro and Beijinho recipes! This book comes with detailed cooking instructions and original pictures! We intend to present you with an introduction of what is the essence of Brigadeiro and also presents many recipes and tips for you to explore the Brazilian taste! From traditional Beijinho to hibiscus flower and Erva Mate Brigadeiro, you will meet the ordinary and the audacity in Brigadeiro making! Are you ready for this journey?! If you do so, open your mind to new flavors and come with us!
Recheado de histórias, curiosidades e lembranças da infância, O livro do brigadeiro traz também receitas inéditas do ateliê Maria Brigadeiro, como o crepe de brigadeiro e o bolinho de chuva com calda de brigadeiro, dicas de como preparar o tradicional doce, a importância dos ingredientes e dos utensílios usados no preparo, a harmonização com vinhos e até mesmo a montagem da mesa para festas. Ricamente ilustrado com fotos, este livro de estreia da doceira Juliana Motter mostra que o popular docinho guarda muito mais segredos do que se imagina.
America's Test Kitchen aggregates many years of cookie baking knowledge, breaking down key steps and recipe techniques in this comprehensive cookbook that features recipes for any cookie you can dream up--from favorite cookie jar classics to new and unique cookies, brownies, bars, and candies for any occasion.
Aprenda a FAZER e a VENDER Brigadeiros Gourmet Incríveis! Este e-book é o que você precisa para aprender a fazer Brigadeiros Gourmet espetaculares.Além de aprender a preparar deliciosas Receitas de Brigadeiros Gourmet, você terá acesso a dicas para te ajudar a vender os seus brigadeiros para ganhar dinheiro.São 25 Receitas Maravilhosas Selecionadas, e várias dicas para te ajudar a fazer os mais lindos e deliciosos brigadeiros gourmet.Não perca mais tempo!Role a página até o topo e compre agora com 1-Clique.
"It´s one of Brazilians´ favorite sweets, and a must have at party tables. Regarding its origin, there are many stories, but most probably it was created in the 1930s, in São Paulo. Back then it was hard to get fresh milk and sugar to cook sweets recipes, and with the sweetened condensed milk and chocolate factories in the city, sooner or later they would have found out that if one mixed the two ingredients the result would be a delicious treat. Firstly it was called negrinho (something like small and black), and this name is still used in Rio Grande do Sul. But during the 1945 Presidential Elections, soon after World War II, some women who were supporting Brigadier Eduardo Gomes (Brigadier is the second highest rank in Brazilian Air Force), who was running for President against Eurico Gaspar Dutra, decided to sell some "negrinhos" as a way to raise money for the campaign. The candidate slogan, "Vote for the Brigadier (Brigadeiro), who is handsome and single" (the sentence rhymes in Brazilian Portuguese), allured the young ladies, who then nicknamed the sweet "Brigadeiro". And the name stuck. People used to eat the treat the homelike way, the way many people still do in the wee small hours, to satisfy their cravings : with a spoon. The ball shape and the chocolate sprinkles wo...
Do you enjoy the taste of Brazilian dishes? Think you can’t duplicate the taste at home?Check out this cookbook and learn how you can!Brazil is a melting pot of people, customs and colors, so it has a varied cuisine. Root veggies are used commonly. Fruits are often used, too, since they grow well in the tropical weather. Pineapples and mangos are favorites, but other fruits are also popular. Would you like to include Brazilian flavor in your at-home recipes?We’ll show you how that’s done.This cookbook includes many kinds of dishes created with Brazilian ingredients and substitutes you can find elsewhere. From breakfast to lunch, dinner, side dishes and desserts, we are sharing 30 Brazilian-based recipes in this one E-book. This cookbook sets you on the right path to savory, tropical dishes you can make at home. Your family and friends will love them. Try a few of these recipes soon!
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These ultimate non-stick Culinary Parchment Baking Cups are used by great bakers around the world to achieve perfect results every time. Oven safe to 425° F. 100% Recycled cardboard, Do not allow the cups to touch open flame. Do not reuse cups. For use in conventional and microwave ovens.