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Brazilian snacks, ''lanches'' (sandwiches) and ''salgadinhos'' (most anything else), include a wide variety of pastries. Look for '''coxinha''' (deep-fried, batter-coated chicken), '''empada''' (a tiny pie, not to be confused with the empanada - empadas and empanadas are entirely different items), and '''pastel''' (fried turnovers). Another common snack is a '''misto quente''', a pressed,toasted ham-and-cheese sandwich. '''Pão-de-queijo''', a roll made of manioc flour and cheese, is very popular, especially in [[Minas Gerais]] state - pão-de-queijo and a cup of fresh Brazilian coffee is a classic combination.
 
Brazilian snacks, ''lanches'' (sandwiches) and ''salgadinhos'' (most anything else), include a wide variety of pastries. Look for '''coxinha''' (deep-fried, batter-coated chicken), '''empada''' (a tiny pie, not to be confused with the empanada - empadas and empanadas are entirely different items), and '''pastel''' (fried turnovers). Another common snack is a '''misto quente''', a pressed,toasted ham-and-cheese sandwich. '''Pão-de-queijo''', a roll made of manioc flour and cheese, is very popular, especially in [[Minas Gerais]] state - pão-de-queijo and a cup of fresh Brazilian coffee is a classic combination.
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See also about the typical Brazilian sweets, also known as [http://doces.eco.br/ brigadeiros gourmet].
  
 
===Regional cuisines===
 
===Regional cuisines===

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