SalpicaoBarbara Zanotelli Rodrigues - Former Travel Expert
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Barbara Zanotelli Rodrigues - Former Travel Expert
With Brazilian parents, Barbara has a passion for all things Latin American.
Salpicao is a Brazilian chicken salad. Not a typical salad dish, it is lots of vegetables diced mixed with shredded chicken covered in mayonnaise. It's absolutely delicious.
You can mix up, add or take out any of the ingredients, but this is how a traditional Brazilian salpicao is made...
- Prep: 45 minutes
- Cook: 30 minutes
- Total time: 1 hour, 15 minutes
- Recipe serves: 8
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