Feijoada Sergipana is a version of the popular Brazilian dish served in the state of Sergipe. Unlike the feijoada commonly found in the rest of the country, it includes a plethora of vegetables.
Feijoada is one of the national dishes of Brazil. This version is based on recipes from Minas Gerais.
Feijoada Carioca is a dish of black beans, sausages and various fresh and salted pork and beef cuts, popular in Rio de Janeiro.
We revisit a post from early 2020 about the most famous Brazilian black bean dish, Feijoada.
Che Dou Den is a cold Vietnamese dessert, based on rice and beans.
Frejon is a puree of beans and coconut milk, served in Brazil, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone, especially during Holy Week by Catholics.
Feijoada is a Brazilian dish, consisting of black beans and several different pork products.
A recipe for Black Bean Soup