Most of us like fish and here you'll have a very different but delicious recipe for your fish (Brazilian way) to share with your family and friends. It's called 'pirao de peixe' or fish manioc flour mush with pumpkin.
Once it's done it doesn't look so great but it's taste is something different and delicious.
1 pound of fish fillet (any kind of fish with no bones or skin)
1 green pepper
1 tablespoon of minced garlic
1/4 glass of oil
1 tablespoon of salt (or more if you'd like)
1 teaspoon of black pepper
1 teaspoon of lemon juice
fresh scallions and parsley (as much as you want to add)
3 cups of water
ON A SEPARATE PAN:
1 pound of pumpkin (cut in small pieces)
Once you have your ingredients chopped up in your cooking pan, add 3 cups of water and let it cook until your fish starts to brake apart. From your separate pan take some pieces of your cooked pumpkin and mash it down (just like you see in my small pumpkin cakes recipe) article and add it to your cooked fish.
Now it's time to pour your manioc flour, slowly until the water disappear but make sure that your 'pirao' stays moist.
Once it's done your 'pirao' is ready to be served with the veggies from your separate pan. If you'd like to cook some rice it would make your dish look even better.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Add your manioc flour slowly and keep stirring it all the way through.
You would say it's a little bit of work but it's worth it!
The picture that you see has nothing to do with my 'pirao' recipe.
Enjoy your 'pirao' and have fun!
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