Did you know that the Brazilian Cheese Bread or Pão de Queijo is a very popular snack/appetizer in Brazil?
It was originated from African slaves, in the state of Minas Gerais. The slaves would soak and peel the cassava root and make bread rolls from it. Later on, they added milk and cheese to the mixture, making this yummy delicacy.
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