The delicious Brazilian Fish Stew (Moqueca) From Maranhão

Traditional in several parts of Brazil, the delicious fish stew (moqueca) from Maranhão surprises us

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With the second longest coastline in Brazil, it is natural that the cuisine of this state has many options for seafood, the delicious fish stew of Maranhão could not be left out.

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On my visit to Lençóis Maranhenses (Sheets of Maranhão), I stayed two nights at Atins and there I could try this delicious Moqueca de Peixe do Maranhão (fish stew)

As you know, one of the main reasons I travel is to get to know cultures and cuisines, but as I’m usually alone, sometimes it’s difficult to taste some dishes because I don’t find an individual option.

In this case, as it was one of the dishes I most wanted to try on this trip, I ordered it alone at a street kiosk: Atins Cabana Maria Restaurante, in front of the beach

It is well-served, the delicious Fish Stew was succulent and tasty, to enjoy the main dish better, I left the rice aside.

And what is the Delicious Fish Stew (Moqueca) from Maranhão

It is between the conventional fish stew from Bahia and Capixaba (Fish Stew from Espirito Santo), both from different states of Brazil, with typical ingredients from all fish stew: lemon, onion, tomato, shrimp (sometimes), fish fillet and the, the big difference between the states, eggs!

Have you ever tried the delicious Fish Stew from Maranhão? Tell me what you of it.

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