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Must 10 Things To Eat In Rio De Janeiro Film Festival
Rio de Janeiro- the land of festivities, football and the famous Rio
Carnival, a place which never runs out of its stock of enthusiasm,
vigour and fun. Their calendar is filled with small and big celebrations
and every night is a party night at this marvellous Brazilian patch.
Put on your shoes, grab a bottle of water and set on your expedition of
knowing this beautiful paradise set on the shores of well-known Ipanema
and Copacabana Beaches. The place unwinds itself into new arenas as you
further move towards its beautiful vicinities.
With the famous
Rio International Film festival around the corner, one of the best
possible things to do in Rio de Janeiro is, tasting the exotic Brazilian
cuisine, in order to know the place better. Here is a list of 10 must
try foods one should taste at least once in life-
famous Brazilian delicacy which the country received in heritage from
its earlier Portuguese settlements, Churrasco is a grilled meat
appetiser and is one of the traditional dishes of Rio. This Rio film
festival, do try this succulent meal.
the colours bring delight ad charm to a painting, so does this
Brazilian fast food. The dish came to Rio, Brazil from its Portuguese
inhabitants and since then the food took myriad changes and is now
available in different variations. The dish basically comprises of a
dough pocket with filling of cheese, mozzarella, chicken, ground meat,
shrimp. Sweet version of this delicacy comprises of guava jam and minas
cheese and sometimes banana and chocolate, which are fairly rare to see.
Bolinho de bacalhau
dish basically constitute of cod fish soaked in salt water overnight,
and then cooked with local spices and herbs. Although the dish looks
like a simple appetiser, much of the strain is taken while its
preparation. This Rio delicacy is a symbol of perseverance, patience and
prolonged work to get the right flavour, be it in food or in life.
are not basically from Brazil but they are the gift of early Portuguese
settlements in the country. Over the time, the dish took its own shape
and significance in the land and is now one of the most popular foods of
Rio. Made out of dough; it is twisted and fried and later covered with
chocolate layers or severed separate with Dulce de leche (sweetened milk
dipping made by constantly boiling it).
of chicken, the food typically looks like the body of a chick. The dish
is made of chicken battered and fried. What makes this food a must eat
in Rio is their use of the spices which are specific of South-American
origin. With crunchy, crispy layering and tender piece of chicken
inside, this street food is worth eating.
dish is significant of Brazilians love for beans. It is a stew made of
beans served with grilled pork or beef. It is one of the important parts
of Rio de Janeiro culture; where it can be seen in a small feast to
large banquets, in a simple day meal to a grand celebration.
out of cheese, the dish is a craze among the beach goers of Rio. Also
it is considered good to consume Queijo Coalho before going for any
water sport or activity. The dish comprises of cheese grilled over
charcoal, seasoned with oregano and consumed either solely or with
Escondidinho de carne seca
is a meat pie prepared with mashed tapioca, catupiry cheese, and
topping with parmesan cheese. The enticing part of this dish is the
creamy soft texture of the layer and the underneath softly cooked meat.
The meal is a combination of two differently tasting dishes combined and
brought up together in a right proportion.
Açai com granola
as one of the healthiest breakfasts of Brazilin cuisines, the dish is
made with Açai, a South American berry and served with banana pieces and
granola bars. Planning for a long day or want to do some sturdy
activities? Grab a yummy bite of Açai com granola and feel energetic and
rejuvenated all day.
Camarão ao alho e óleo
watering seafood made of shrimps and sauces. Taste this Brazilian
speciality in Rio and cherish your time at the place. One of the best things to do in Rio de Janeiro, grab a bite of this beautifully flavoured and balanced dish and cherish your visit of the film festival.
So what are you tasting this Rio International Film festival?
Planning a visit to Bangkok will lead you towards a
spiritual journey. Perhaps, the religious attractions in the Thai capital will
appease in such a way that you feel like visiting it time and again. Pilgrims
in search of peace will be able to find the much needed reprieve as Bangkok is
also known as the City of Temples because of which the grandeur could be
represented in the perfect way.
Given below are the top Buddhist temples located in Bangkok
where you could feel the religious fragrance to the core. ·Wat Arun ·Wat Pho ·Wat Chana ·Ayutthaya Temple
Several other sacred temples, religious monuments and
spiritual structures exist in and around the city providing you the best
feelings in an extensive manner. Wat Arun
Wat Arun is one of the sacred temples of Bangkok. It is also
known as the Temple of Dawn. Located on the banks of Chao Phraya
River, it is situated in Thonburi West. The famous Hindu God Aruna is the
source of inspiration for this temple being named so. Literally, ‘Aruna’ r…