Learn how to make delicious Tropeiro Beans (Brazilian-style) with Picanha in Butter – Quick and Uncomplicated

 In this easy-to-follow guide, discover how to prepare a mouthwatering "feijão tropeiro" (Brazilian-style beans) paired with succulent picanha in butter. Follow these simple steps for a quick and delightful culinary experience.

The Feijão Tropeiro is a delicious and classic dish from Brazilian cuisine. A wonderful recipe for you to recreate at home and enjoy with your loved ones. To complement, we've included the recipe for the famous Buttered Picanha.


Tropeiro Beans 

Buttered Picanha

1. Tropeiro Beans Recipe

Beans Tropeiro is a traditional and flavorful dish in Brazilian cuisine. Prepared with ingredients like bacon, Calabrese sausage, onion, garlic, cooked beans, eggs, manioc flour, and salt, this dish is a unique combination of flavors.


2 cups of cooked carioca beans (Brazilian Beans). If you don't have Brazilian beans in your region, then use any cooked beans that taste to your liking.

1 cup of diced bacon;

1 cup of diced Calabrese sausage;

1 chopped onion;

3 cloves of chopped garlic;

1/2 cup of manioc flour;

1/2 cup of chopped greenery (parsley and chives);

2 boiled eggs, chopped;

Salt to taste;

Black pepper to taste.


With a bit of practice, you'll become an expert in Feijão Tropeiro, capable of impressing everyone with your culinary skills. Here's a step-by-step guide:

In a pan, fry the bacon until golden. Add the sausage and fry until browned.

Next, add the onion and garlic, sautéing until the onion is translucent.

After that, add the cooked beans with some of the cooking broth and let it cook for about 5 minutes.

Then, add the manioc flour and mix well. Cook for a few more minutes.

Now, add the greenery and the chopped boiled eggs. Mix well.

Finally, season with salt and black pepper to taste.


Use fresh beans: Feijão Tropeiro is even more flavorful when prepared with fresh beans. If possible, avoid using canned beans.

Don't skimp on bacon: Bacon adds a special flavor to Feijão Tropeiro. If you're a fan of this ingredient, feel free to add a bit more.

Experiment with different types of sausage: Calabrese sausage is the most common, but you can try others to vary the flavor.

Serve it hot, accompanied by white rice and sautéed collard greens.

2. Buttered Picanha Recipe

Want to experience tender and succulent picanha? Learn how to make buttered picanha in an easy way with just a few ingredients. Before roasting, the meat is seasoned with a mixture of butter and coarse salt. The recipe is enhanced with manioc.


1 kg of picanha;

1 tablet of butter;

10 cloves of garlic;

1 teaspoon of red pepper flakes;

4 tablespoons of coarse salt;

1/2 kg of manioc.


Spread the garlic cloves on the whole picanha.

Season it with coarse salt and place the butter, crushed, on top of the picanha.

Roast for 30 minutes.

After that, flip the picanha, basting it with butter, and add the manioc.

Flip the picanha twice more until it is well-fried in the butter; it's a delicious treat.

See how simple it is to make? So, try it at home because you'll fall in love with it!

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