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Banquet Gourmet brings the best of Brazilian cuisine right to your home. From specialty meats and party snacks to nuts and desserts, Banquet Gourmet means high-quality and delicious products.

Kit Feijoada

(Feijoada Mix)

Feijoada Mix is a Brazilian stew mix, which contains chorizo, calabresa sausage, dried beef, and smoked bacon. Add black beans and make the national dish of Brazil, the famous feijoada.

Coxinha

(Chicken Croquettes)

Coxinha is a popular street food snack in Brazil, delicious and easy to prepare. Coxinha is based on dough made with wheat flour and chicken broth which is filled with shredded spiced chicken meat.

Massa de Pastel

(Brazilian Empanada Dough)

Brazilian empanada dough is very foolproof and easy to handle. It is mainly used to make Brazil’s most popular street food, pastel. Crispy, deep-fried, and bursting with delicious fillings. Absolutely irresistible!

Pão de Queijo

(Cheese Rolls)

Pão de queijo is a small, baked cheese roll or cheese bun, a popular snack, and breakfast food in Brazil. It is a traditional Brazilian recipe, originating in the state of Minas Gerais.

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Linguiça Calabresa
(Calabresa Sausage)

Smoked sausage prepared originally with Calabrese pepper and particularly used in pizzas as a spicy sausage.

Carne Seca
(Dry Beef)

Very common in Brazilian cuisine, it is a kind of dried, and salted beef meat. Carne Seca is a frequent accompaniment to black beans.

Chipa
(Cheese Biscuit)

Chipa is a type of small, baked, cheese-flavored rolls, a popular snack and breakfast food in Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil.

Bolinha de Queijo
(Cheese Croquette)

Bolinha de queijo is a croquette with mozzarella cheese cube, covered by moist dough and a crispy layer.

Chorizo Mexicano
(Mexican Chorizo)

Mexican chorizo is a raw, ground sausage that must be cooked before eating.

Linguiça Toscana Apimentada
(Toscana Spicy Sausage)

Toscana Sausage is a popular Brazilian BBQ sausage, made with pork and a traditional Brazilian mix of spices.

Pão de Queijo
(Cheese Rolls)

Pão de queijo is a small, baked cheese roll or cheese bun, a popular snack, and breakfast food in Brazil. It is a traditional Brazilian recipe, originating in the state of Minas Gerais.

Chorizo Colombiano
(Colombian Chorizo)

Tropical Colombian Chorizo is a cured and smoked Colombian pork sausage. It is seasoned with vinegar, garlic, and paprika to give it a traditional Colombian flavor.

Pão de Alho
(Garlic bread)

Garlic bread is toasted bread topped with olive oil, garlic, herbs, and cheese. Typically served alongside Italian foods like pasta and lasagna or BBQ.

Linguiça Toscana
(Toscana Sausage)

Toscana Sausage is a popular Brazilian BBQ sausage, made with pork and a traditional Brazilian mix of spices.

Mandioca amarela
(Yellow Yuca Cassava)

Yellow Yuca root is native to South America and known by many names including Yellow Cassava, Manioc, Mandioca, and Aipim. It is a high vitamin A content.

Paio
(Paio Sausage)

Paio is made of pork loin, seasoned with garlic, salt, and Capsicum pepper, and smoked. It is a hard sausage, usually made in a large diameter, and can be sliced and eaten on bread. It is popularly used in cooking with black beans.

Bolo de Cenoura com cobertura de Chocolate
(Carrot Cake with Chocolate topping)

Covered with a delicious chocolate sauce, this Brazilian Carrot Cake is soft, has an amazing texture, and a deep, beautiful orange colour.

Bolo de Fubá com Goiabada
(Cornflour Cake with Guava Jam)

Cornmeal cake is a staple for breakfast or for an afternoon snack with coffee. Filled with The fine ground cornmeal encourages a delicate texture filled with Guava Jam.

Bolo de Milho
(Corn Cake)

Corn cake is a specialty made with sweet corn kernels. It’s a traditional cake enjoyed with other Brazilian favorites like hearty stews and other meat-based dishes, or just a simple cup of coffee.

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