Food in Minas Gerais is an attraction simply by itself. Brazil was largely colonized by the Portuguese. As they arrived they brought with them a cuisine full of elaborate flavors including bread and pastries. From the culinary traditions of local indigenous groups come the use of specific plants and spices, as well as cassava roots, a plant, that is high in carbohydrates and energy and that is used in various ways, such as for tapioca flour, one of the main ingredients found in our authentic Pão de Queijo recipe. Minas Gerais is also known for its fresh cheese. So creatively, natives mixed it’s local roots (cassava) with homemade cheese, taking it to the over and finally creating Pão de queijo.
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