Churrasco is a Brazilian barbecue which is enjoyed throughout Europe, America and Latin American countries. “Churrasco” is a Spanish and Portuguese term which refers to beef or other grilled meats. The ingredients may vary from country to country. But beef and grilled meats are the main ingredient of the churrascos prepared in Latin American countries of Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil, and Nicaragua. And the place where this dish is prepared is referred to as churrascaria or churrasqueria. Churrascaria mostly refers to the steak house. The grilled meat is served at churrascaria. There are no limitations as how much meat one can eat at churrascaria. At churrascaria waiters move around with grilled meat on skewers and they drop the meat at the customers platter on request. Due to this method of serving the churrascarias are known as churrascaria de rodízio. These churrascarias serve excellent salad buffets too. Churrascos are served during all special occasions. Over the course of years the churrascos have evolved to mark the rise of elegance and is often served with different kinds of sauces, salads and farofa.
Variations of Churrascos