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Pratinho: a tradition of Ceará cuisine

Anyone who has visited Ceará or lives in the region, has certainly seen a stall selling this famous dish. It is especially common around the time of São João, which is a yearly festival in the month of June. But what is it? Continue reading and discover more about this delicious typical food from Ceará!

The pratínho of Ceará



This dish is a mix of foods served in a small bowl. Usually, it includes creme of chicken, a special flour called farofa mixed with shreds of sun dried meat, rice and beans, skinny potato chips and, depending on where you are, you can choose from a variety of other options to assemble your dish. In addition to being very tasty, it is a practical and affordable food.

Pratinho – Where to buy?


In the squares and streets of the cities of Ceará it is very common to have stalls with different kinds of food and other products for sale, one of which is this pratinho. It is also possible to find this typical food in restaurants and for delivery.

So now you know, if you want to come to the June festivals, you’ll be sure to find stalls all over with this delicious and fun meal!

It is also more than just a quick meal to bide your hunger! It is a lovingly made, traditional dish, that comes straight from the heart of Ceara. Made by traditional families of the region, you’ll be helping the local people whilst getting your fill of Cearense spice!

Think you’ll enjoy this dish? Read: Discover 5 mouthwatering sweets from the Northeast


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