Pão de Queijo - Gourmet Brazilian Snack
(a.k.a. Brazilian Cheese Bread)
Authentic Brazilian Recipe
All Natural - Naturally Gluten-Free
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Pão de Queijo - (pown-deh-kay-zho) (a.k.a Brazilian Cheese Bread) is a savory gluten-free snack roll made of manioc starch and cheese. Put them in the oven frozen and in about 25 minutes they emerge golden and crusty on the outside, warm and chewy on the inside.
Infused with the subtle aroma and taste of cheese, these bite size treats can be served for all occasions as a snack or a delicious accompaniment to any meal, breakfast, lunch or dinner. Eat them warm, right out of the oven, or fill them with your favorite condiment, the possiblitiels are endless.
This Brazilian snack favorite is lovingly made based on an old family recipe from the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. Also known as tapioca starch, Manioc starch is the main ingredient in Pão de Queijo. We hope that you will enjoy these traditional Brazilian delicacies as much as our family does.
Brazil's favorite snack comes in three delicious flavors: Original, Jalapeño and Pizza.
Mãní takes its name from an ancient Tupi Indian legend which tells the story of Mãní, a beautiful princess deep in the Amazon rain forest whose skin was as white as the moon and eyes as dark as the night. The white root of the Manioc plant bears her name.
Manioca in Tupi Guarany means 'House of Mãní'.
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