This hearty dish of beans and pork is the quintessential Brazilian comfort food. It is traditionally served with garlic rice, sautéed collard greens, a tangy vinaigrette, and farofa, toasted cassava flour.
Coconut milk is an essential ingredient in many Garifuna dishes, including this creamy take on rice and beans.
Bacon, chorizo, and annatto flavor this northern Brazilian take on rice and beans.
This Indian-inspired dish, from a recipe in River Cottage Everyday by author Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall (Ten Speed Press, 2011), flavors lentils with caraway and coriander to make a quick, fragrant soup.
Locro, which is also made with beef, is always served as a main course, with rice.
This stew, one of Chile's national dishes, remains true to its Mapuche Indian origins.
Chef Sisha Ortúzar curates the type of meal you would have with your family on a Sunday afternoon in Chile. Begin with traditional snacks and pisco sours, and move on to a leisurely, family-style lunch of Chilean bean stew and pastel de choclo, a beef, chicken and corn pie. End the meal with dulce de leche cookies sandwiches—the perfect sweet bite before a siesta.
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The Brazilian island of Marajó, where the Amazon meets the Atlantic, harbors flavors that just don't exist elsewhere in Brazil. With cilantro, chiles, plantains and bananas, and an abundance of fresh seafood, bring a taste of Marajó into your home with this menu for a festive dinner party.
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