Allow us a moment to drool a little.
Ok, so now that our salivary glands are at rest for a few minutes, lets talk about the South American culinary delight that is the Brazilian fish stew, a.k.a Moqueca. As the name suggests, the dish is a mildly spiced stew (or broth, if you please) of kinds cooked with zesty peppers, fish stock, and coconut milk for the feels!
The fish stew can be made with regular fish or like the traditional Moqueca, with fish and shellfish (usually prawn or shrimps). The ingredients are easy to find anywhere, and even easier is the cooking the dish. Follow the recipe below to whip up a delectable Brazilian fish stew to blow everyone’s mind!