Total time: 2.25 hrs
Often called the national dish of Brazil, Feijoada is filled with rich and smoky flavor. This dish is a South American-style chili, filled with protein-rich ingredients, Brazilian spices, and layers of flavor and aroma. Brazilian Feijoada (black bean stew) is incredibly easy to make, with two main flavor boosting steps: caramelization and a long simmer. Heat builds from the spices as you finish your bowl, while vinegar adds a tangy zing. The dish is tied together with umami notes from the sausage and bacon.
We use Tempero Baiano, a traditional spice blend from northern Brazil to i...