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This is the national dish of Brazil, but it is really international in its origin. The beans and hot peppers come from Mexico, the meats and sausages from Europe and the recipe development from Africa. Since this recipe takes several days to prepare, it is traditionally served at special occasions.
This dish is traditionally served with cooked white rice, kale, sliced oranges and farofa (see recipe).
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There is a much more simple way to make feijoada which doesn't require as many different type meats. While I'm sure there are various ways to make this dish the recipe I have is a traditional Brasilian recipe as it is my mother-in-law's and she is from Brasil.
Cut down by using various smoked (pork) meats, including bacon and smoked sausage.