17/46.- Salvador da Bahia, Colonial Houses
Walking downhill, on the right, there is a Gastronomy school, where for a low price you can have a free buffet, with more than 40 Bahian specialties.
Bahian cuisine is a mixture of Styles. Portuguese, Brazilian, and above all African cuisine have influenced the local specialties. The main ingredients are malagueta chile peppers, dendê oil, coconut milk and banana. The most famous dish is the Moqueca; fish stew made with coconut milk, dendê oil, garlic, and other spices.
The local snack is the acarajé, sold in street stands. Acarajé is a a patty made of black-eyed beans, fried in palm oil.
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