Moqueca! Brazilian Soup – Hilah Cooking



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Moqueca Ingredients:
1 pound white fish and/or shrimp
5 cloves garlic, minced and divided
1 large white or yellow onion
1 green bell pepper
2 tomatoes
1 tablespoon dendê oil (palm oil, see note above)
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1/2 teaspoon cumin (or 1 bay leaf if you don’t like cumin)
1 cup tomato sauce
1 1/2 cups coconut milk (15 ounce can)
1 lime, juiced (about 2 tablespoons juice)
1/3 cup chopped cilantro
Cooked white rice for serving

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49 Comments

  1. Ms. A

    I don't mean any offense but, if it's her recipe why are you doing all of the talking?

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  2. Parag S

    Wow

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  3. Kusum Lata

    Nice

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  4. 유AƿєXツGaming๛YT

    Like it

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  5. ASHUTOSH KUMAR

    Nice soup

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  6. Lheojfgzwh Fyuodognjo

    text

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  7. Lewis Teixeira

    Yummy yummy yummy I got love in my tummy 🇺🇸🇧🇷🎼

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  8. sffl83

    Moqueca is not a soup and with caipirinha? Would be the same as eating chicken and waffles drinking bourbon . 🤦‍♂️

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  9. عالم المتفائلة

    Bravo Nice nice and like like 👉👍🇲🇦🔔

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  10. Anti Woke

    Co host marry me?!

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  11. Renato Figueiredo

    It is not a soup. Be sure of it. It is almost an offense to call it brazilian soup.

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  12. Andy

    you made this terribly

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  13. Toli veira

    Amazing caipirinha and the moqueca looks so yummy👏👏 . Your friend remind me Aaliyah. Xoxo from 🇧🇷

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  14. Dashawn Merriweather

    The only reason it isn’t sustainable is because of humans. Some countries have decided to make it profitable to where companies use it in processed foods and for clothing. And some misuse it as source for fuel in other countries. When really the palm tree is from west and south West Africa and used for food and as Bahia Salvador is mainly people of African descendants that’s why they use it in their food. It’s really a shame how as humans we destroy our planet by misusing our natural resources for profit. 🤷🏽‍♀️

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  15. Faisal Mehmood

    wow looks yummy 👌 soon i will try

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  16. Kurt Muller

    Yep! you got that right! Next time you come to Salvador Bahia, make sure you check out our restaurant at the Porto da Barra , great sunset and nice Moquecas with signature tropical fruits Caipirinhas Look for Tudo Azul! you wont regret!

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  17. Namie Namie

    It's interesting that Brazilians still cook with palm oil like their Yoruba ancestors.

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  18. john e Lawler

    2nd time of trying this & it was better than the first, this time I used Dende oil & it did make a difference so I feel suitably guilty,

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  19. Best Taste

    Hey,

    I am from India and am a big fan of your work. I have also started my own cooking channel. Please review my work and do subscribe.

    Thanks.

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  20. john e Lawler

    I am eating this as I write & I love it I used Spanish olive oil instead of Dende & it taste lovely

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  21. Natalia Spinelli

    This recipe turned out delicious! I added shrimp at the end. One poblano pepper. Needed extra liquid. I used extra tomatoes. Lots of the red palm oil.

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  22. john e Lawler

    his will be Sunday's dinner that's 11/4 /2020

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  23. john e Lawler

    this completes my trinity of delight, Brazilian music, Caipirinha & this, thank you, you have made an old Englishman happy lol

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  24. Kayo Pierre Holland

    The dendê palm oil is the worst fat you can find, it a true artery clogger. Olive oil is much tastier in this recipe! Also, moqueca is not soup, is stew.

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  25. Chad Tep

    Your cohost is a beauty.

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  26. Koren Douglas

    Can you do a video on Pap na chapa???

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  27. Rodrigo Santos Valeriano

    Cod is actually very very in Brazil because of Portuguese influence, is a tradition on the easter week, specially on friday because fish is the only meat admited on thay day. But it's true, cod is not used on moqueca, it just doesn't work.

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  28. marc chesley

    caçaca has the taste and smell of tequila but goes down like a top shelf vodka! it kinda of reminds you of a mojito without bacardi and mint leaf! Now that I think a mint leaf would be perfect with this drink

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  29. Long Live Palestine

    Two Beautiful women cooking, what a treat for the viewers and international food lovers! Good job 😊

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  30. Charles

    She is funny, im Brazilian and had no clue moqueca was so easy to prepare

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  31. Norma Baker

    Sure missing your videos! Hope you are doing well. <3

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  32. Roberta Leal

    Não é uma sopa, é pra ser comido com arroz ou pirão

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  33. AHMADDAMA SALIM

    The video and representatives is eye candy

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  34. Leonardo Alcantara

    As a brazilian I did not like this recipe. I appreciate your effort, but this is not a good looking moqueca. I do not even know if I can call this "moqueca". First, you forgot an essential ingredients, the anatto (urucum or colorau in Portuguese). The cilantro and the palm oil must go in the end (because they lose the taste). Boiled eggs should be added also, and red pepper (although not essential). This dish should not have black pepper or cumin. If you want to stir-fry some onions and garlic you should do it with olive oil (and by the way that was way too much garlic). Furthermore, in the moqueca it is essential that the vegetables, specially the tomato, start cooking along with the fish. Fish cooks very fast and so the tomato. Therefore, you dont want to over cook the tomato or the onions, as they are part of the dish. This reminds me that you should not use a hard fish such as cod. And talking about tomato, it was sad to see tomato sauce being added to the broth that should be light and bring up all the flavors of the dish. Another reason you do not want to use tomato sauce is because you are gonna use the broth to prepare the pirão (which is the broth thickened with yuka or cassava flour) as a side for the dish.

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  35. Fatima's Circular Knitting

    Que delicia!

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  36. jameneme

    Nobody ever mentions the impacts of consuming beef and its relation to devastation of rainforests. But palm oil should be the culprit. Oh please. Besides, moqueca is not a soup, pirao is not porridge and you don't use tomato sauce on the moqueca.

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  37. Bj Pariyar

    Hi I'm big fan of u. Love u so much

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  38. utkarsh kumar

    Let her speak will u ?

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  39. Sabor da cozinha

    Palm oil = azeite de dende, se usa muito na cozinha tailandesa.

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  40. Diana Smith

    Can I put it on the blender. my family don’t like vegetable

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  41. Luciane D'Souza

    Moqueca is not a soup!

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  42. Salada Dupla

    Love it. Happy to see some authentic Brazilian food here!! 🙂

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  43. jouse correa

    cadê açúcar da caipirinha

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  44. jouse correa

    o dendê não vai por ultimo?

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  45. MrAndyCarlos

    I love moqueca!

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  46. Mabel

    I'm so happy 'cause you did one of the food more popular of my culture… I'm brazilian and i loved so much this video!!

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  47. Hauk I Am Sipho

    Get a personality. Can't watch this silly shit.

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  48. Arwyn

    what happened to the sexy sultry homemaker from 7 years ago… man those fresh tortillas

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  49. Amateur Cooking

    very
    good

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