Due to seasonality, required travel time, and other factors beyond the control of humankind, it isn't likely possible to find fresh açaí outside of the Amazonian regions. Your best bet is to opt for a preserved variation of this superfood. But which form of preserved açaí is best—freeze-dried powder or frozen pulp?
Learn how to make Coconut, Banana, Berry, and Açaí Popsicles with this simple recipe. This recipe was inspired by the popular Brazilian dessert, Açaí Na Tigela, and is just as delicious! All you'll need is the ingredients, a blender, and popsicle molds, and you have a healthy dessert for a hot day!
Mochi is a Japanese dessert made by pounding steamed short-grain glutinous rice, called mochigome. It's a long process, but one we shortened using rice flavor. Filled with Red Bean and açaí paste, this mochi goes beyond anyone's expectations for this Japanese dessert.
Açaí is the fruit of a somewhat rare species of palm tree that is native to a small area of swamps and flood plains in the Eastern part of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil. But the popularity of this fruit has led to some expansion. Let's look at where Açaí is produced and limitations of expansion.
Açai and Cinnamon Baked Chicken Tenders with Almond Crust, yes please! Add flavor and antioxidants to your typical chicken tenders with the magic of açai. This chicken dish is so flavorful and has the bonus of being low-carb, gluten free, and dairy free!
What is Açai is getting asked less-and-less as it gains more popularity in the culinary world. But few have a full understanding of this superfruit. This article covers why it has gained notoriety, how to use it, what it tastes like, and some great recipes that are not bowls or smoothies.