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Brigadeiro

by Yui Fujisawa
(Kanagawa-ken)

Brazilian brigadeiro

Brazilian brigadeiro

Brazilians love sweet things. For example, they take much sugar in their coffee, and drinking it, they eat a sugary chocolate cake!

Therefore, there are a lot of sweet foods in Brazil. "Brigadeiro" is one of them, and essential for various parties in this country.

The way to make brigadeiro:
① Mix together cocoa powder, condensed milk, and salt-free butter
into a pan. Heat it up until the butter is away from the bottom of the
pan.
② Turn the butter onto a plate and let it cool.
③ Spread butter on hands. Make the butter into a round shape in the
size of the marble.
④ Decorate it with chocolate spray, coconuts, and so on.

If you have a chance to go to Brazil, please try to eat it!

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