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"This is a great recipe, and one of my fave Brazilian foods. This is very close to my recipe, except I omit the carrot and olives. and I use a liberal dose Lawry's or Johnny Seasoning salt without exception. And I like to squeeze a lime in all the dry ingredients before I introduce the mayo."
"I concur with the other poster that says use Nescau (or any chocolate mix drink, nestle quik works fine) using pure cocao, makes it more like a dark chocolate...still good, but different. Personally I can take or leave the sprinkles, but tradition mandates the sprinkles. I always use the scrape test to see if they are ready to stop cooking..."
"I haven't tried this exact recipe but have some tips in general for this delicious treat. Reading the other reviews, I would suggest using at least another cup of Manioc starch, and if you can find it (you can find anything on the internet) get sour Manioc starch, For one, it's more authentic and for another, it tastes better IMHO. Also a good..."
"I've never tried this with coconut, but it makes for a good twist. I've made several and usually go with a straight forward sweetened condensed milk, milk and eggs approach. I couldn't really taste the parmesan that much, but it does add a little nuance to the flavor. I've added a little fresh orange or lime juice (about 1/4 of an orange, ..."