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This dish can be found in West Africa and Brazil. Originally made from peeled be…

By Destination Unlimited on in Travel

This dish can be found in West Africa and Brazil. Originally made from peeled beans formed into a ball that's been deep-fried in palm oil, in the streets of Brazil, you can find vendors selling versions that may include beef, mutton, dried shrimp, or other fillings. Not limited to earthly consumption, Acarajé also holds a place in Afro-Brazilian religious traditions as a ritual offering.

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