There is not an exact single "national Brazilian cuisine", as it varies greatly by region, reflecting the country's mix of native and immigrant populations, and its continental size as well (it’s the 5th largest country in the world). Through the years Brazilian cuisine has been influenced by African and European (especially Portuguese) settlers. This diversity has created a national cuisine that is best known for embracing the preservation of regional differences.
What’s In It
This has a bit of a spicy peppery kick to it and is hand blended from marjoram, Mexican oregano, white pepper, black pepper, nutmeg, basil, red pepper flakes, parsley and bay leaf.
Nutritional Information Serving Size 1 Teaspoon, Amount Per Serving: Calories 3.0, Fat Cal. 0.9, Total Fat 0.1 (0% DV), Sat. 0.0% DV), Total Carb. 0.5g (0% DV), Dietary Fiber 0.3g (1% DV), Sugars 0.1g, Protein 0.1g (0%DV), Vitamin A (1.5% DV), Vitamin C (0.6% DV), Calcium (0.9% DV), Iron (1.7% DV), Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.