Amazon Street Food in Belém – UNBELIEVABLE TACACÁ + 13 Lady’s Cooked Lunch at Market in Brazil!

Amazon Street Food in Belém - UNBELIEVABLE TACACÁ + 13 Lady’s Cooked Lunch at Market in Brazil!
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BELÉM, BRAZIL – What an amazing city for food lovers – so many unique dishes, foods, ingredients from the Amazon, and so many amazingly friendly and hospitable people. This was one of the best days of my trip to Brazil.

Ver-o-peso Market – One this Amazonian street food tour of Belem, we started at the market, one of the must visit attractions in the city. It’s all you could want in an Amazon market – full of freshwater fish, herbs, vegetables, and fruits out of control.

Jambu Cachaça – After walking around the fish market section and seeing some of the amazingly brightly colored chilies, I was introduced to Jambu Cachaça, Brazil’s sugarcane liquor spiced up seriously with jambu – an Amazon tongue numbing flower and leaves. Wow, it’s serious.

Beef soup – 6 BRL ($.155) – We stopped an a friendly man selling Brazil nuts, and right then, a lady came around selling soups for breakfast. We had a beef soup, very hearty and delicious. I tried the jambu flower for the first time, so strong and so good. We then ate some Brazil nuts, a superfood packed with nutrition.

Fruit juice – There’s nothing like Amazon fruits and here’s the juices we tried: Cupuaçu, Cacao, Bacuri, Acerola

Box da Eliana e Kelly – And here’s where this Amazon street food tour in Brazil got out of control. Our friends in Belem had organised with Eliana, from Box da Eliana e Kelly to host us for an amazing Amazon food lunch, where all their friends at the market each cooked their speciality and brought it to the table. There was so much good food and so much love I could hardly believe it. Lots of the Belem Amazon foods contained tucupi (sauce from wild manioc), jambu flowers and leaves, and Pirarucu fish.

Thank you Eliana! None of the amazing Ladies would accept payment. Please go meet them in Belém!

Tacacá Da Diva – 4 pm is the best time in Belem to eat one of the most amazing street food in the city, and I would say one of the best street foods in Brazil – Tacacá, I still can’t believe how good it is, and how it’s not loved all over the world! We also had Vatapá. Price – 13 BRL ($3.35) per bowl

Rosário Lanches – Finally to finish this Amazon street food tour of Belem, Brazil, we went to Rosário Lanches, a legendary stall. We tried both their roasted pork let and their hot dog, both of which were incredibly delicious.

What am unforgettable day of Amazonian food in Belém, Brazil. Thank you to everyone who made it happen and to everyone for preparing the amazing food.

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  1. 9:44: Acerola… we have them in Florida and we call them Barbados Cherry's. Yummy when ripe. Not common, but I have my secret spot where I steal them from my neighbor who doesn't know what they are! shhhhhhh.

  2. Everybody is talking about the hospitality which is very true and common in all Brazil, but all the portuguese speakers here are laughing of the stuff the guy say about the fish in portuguese XD "CARACA TEM UNS DENTÃO IRMÃO, CARACA!" KKKKKK btw, if you learn a bit of portuguese before you come here, you will see we are very funny people too, we are always making jokes. haha

  3. Very nice but in Portuguese men must say Obrigado( because if you ask the verb who did say Obrigado? He said Obrigado and not she said Obrigada in the Portuguese language because is from the Latin of dialect dialects of north Galicia Spain Spain Iberian Peninsula that is Spain and Portugal and "The land of what became Brazil was first called Ilha de Vera Cruz ("Island of the True Cross") by the Portuguese captain Pedro Álvares Cabral, upon the Portuguese discovery of the land in 1500, probably in honor of the Feast of the Cross (May 3 on the liturgical calendar). This name is found in two letters, one written by Pêro Vaz de Caminha, another by Mestre João Faras, both written during Cabral's landing and dispatched to Lisbon by courier (either André Gonçalves or Gaspar de Lemos, chronicles conflict)" however, if you are men you must say Obrigado and if you are Female Obrigada. you should not use it is incorrect grammatical if you male but unfortunately many people that did go to a high school stealing make this grammatical mistake, therefore, I would like to apologize for my sincerity when you speak in this thermos is like you are an illiterate person …

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