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Brazilian Cooking Series: Part V Posted by on Jan 21, 2009 in Uncategorized

Today we’re going to learn how to make coxinha, a popular Brazilian snack food. Literally, coxinha means “little thigh,” but in reality coxinha is deep fried chicken, shaped like a pear. The recipe is also popular in Portugal. It is made using dough, a mixture of wheat and chicken stock, and shredded chicken. The chicken is wrapped in the dough, which is then fried in hot oil.

Here are some recipes:

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  1. Ghassan:

    Thank you so much for these recipies .Along time I was looking forwardto know how I can get information about how to make the xcocinia.I will be so thankful if you can tell me how can I make the cacarola and the pudim de leite moca