TRADITIONAL RIO DE JANEIRO´S DISH: FEIJOADA
The feijoada is the most typical and complete dish of the gastronomy of Rio de Janeiro. It is eaten in any bar or restaurant in the city, especially on Saturdays, and consists of a stew of black beans cooked with pork, bacon, and chorizo
200 grams of beans
125 gr of lean pork cut into cubes
1 Creole chorizo cut into slices
100 gr of pork belly cut into cubes
125 gr of pork rib cut into pieces
A garlic clove
3 ripe tomatoes
1 glass of white wine
a bay leaf
a pinch of salt
A pinch of ground black pepper
A tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
200 grams of long-boiled rice
In a casserole with a little olive oil, fry all the meats that you already have cut. Once they are well browned, remove them from the pan and reserve them. In the same oil, brown the chopped garlic and onion until they are golden in color and tender. Add the glass of wine and let it reduce completely. Add the tomato cut into irregular pieces and the bay leaf and let the whole thing cook for about 5 minutes. Add the beans, meat, salt, and pepper. Pour water to cover and cook over low heat for 1.5 to 2 hours, until the beans are tender.
For the presentation: Place some beans on one side, the meats on the other, and the sauce on top. Add a couple of tablespoons of boiled rice on the opposite side and you will have it ready to serve.
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