Abará (Brazilian cuisine): Abará is a thinly sliced black bean cookie baked in a double boiler and wrapped in a banana leaf. It is a typical dish of African and Bahian cuisine. It is also part of the ritual food with candomblé (*).
(*) Candomblé is one of the Afro-Brazilian religions practiced in Brazil, but also in neighboring countries such as Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina and Venezuela.
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