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Vatapá
Vatapá
Vatapá
A dish of Brazilian culinary traditions, especially in Bahia and Pará,) but also popular in other states of Brazil), is a food vatapá creamy often used as a condiment for acarajé, a food typical Bahian cuisine, but that can be served as main course or, as in other Brazilian states, can be enjoyed with a delicious white rice. From the flavor, the vatapá finds its origins in the cuisine of African slaves in South America and, like the dishes more or less known, variations in ingredients can be found depending on where it is prepared as well as personal taste. Traditionally, the construction of vatapá involves the use of various ingredients such as flour (millet or rice), chili, peanut, cashew, coconut milk, onion, tomato, ginger and oil dende. An ideal accompaniment to shrimp, cod, fish and chicken.
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