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  • - Hey dudes, I'm Hilah and today on Hilah Cooking,

  • I'm back with Tuany and we are making

  • another Brazilian classic.

  • - A national treasure.

  • - Just like you.

  • - Aww. (chuckles)

  • - It's called coxinha.

  • - Coxinha, yes perfect.

  • - And it's a fried chicken, sort of.

  • (upbeat music)

  • So I already cooked some chicken and saved the broth.

  • You want to boil some chicken

  • and then, like, mince it up really tiny.

  • I did it with a knife,

  • but a food processor works good too.

  • And make sure you save that broth cause

  • we're gonna use that when we make the dough.

  • And this is actually your mom's recipe.

  • - Yes.

  • - Which was texted to you.

  • - And I tried to translate it, but there was

  • some steps missing, I don't know.

  • She made it work, guys.

  • - It totally works.

  • So we're gonna go over here to the stove,

  • we're gonna start the filling,

  • gonna saute some onion and garlic,

  • lots of garlic in some oil until that's nice and soft

  • and then we'll add some tomato paste,

  • some spices, cumin, salt and pepper,

  • some vinegar and then we add the chicken

  • and kind of stir that around to get everything combined.

  • And parsley, parsley is very important I think.

  • So then when we've got the filling made,

  • and we can set that aside and let it cool,

  • while we make the dough.

  • And this is crazy.

  • I had never seen a dough like this before.

  • - Me neither.

  • (laughs)

  • - She's like, "I've never seen any dough."

  • (chuckles)

  • But you basically, we're gonna bring this chicken stock

  • to a boil, and then just dump in a bunch

  • of plain white flour and stir it

  • until it turns into a dough.

  • It doesn't seem like it's gonna work,

  • but it works somehow.

  • - It's magic.

  • - It's magic, totally, it's Brazilian magic.

  • And then we're gonna let this cool,

  • just until it's cool enough to handle,

  • and then you can kind of knead it a little bit.

  • - Okay, so here's our dough, it's kind of cooled off.

  • I'm just gonna knead it to get it a little bit smoother,

  • but it's kind of, it's kind of a lumpy dough

  • and I think that's just the way it's supposed to be.

  • - It looks right.

  • - Hopefully your mom is like, really proud of me,

  • and isn't just like, shaking her head the entire time.

  • (chuckles)

  • I'm kind of trying to break up any little chunks

  • of dry flour that might be in there.

  • Cause it's, you saw how hard it was to stir it.

  • Okay, all right, so there's our dough.

  • Here's our cooled filling.

  • And you were saying you could make them

  • any size you want, really.

  • - Yes, usually when you buy outside,

  • it's like this big, let's see

  • and when you make it for a party or something,

  • just to eat at home, maybe little, this size.

  • So it depends on what you're up to.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - [Hilah] And then, we're shaping it like chicken legs.

  • - [Tawny] Mhmm.

  • - Why?

  • - Before, I've been eating this

  • since I was born, practically.

  • And I didn't even know the history behind this.

  • But when I was researching for this,

  • it's kind of a nice story.

  • They were, they made it because the prince,

  • like Princess Isabel's son, was a count.

  • - A count.

  • - Count.

  • And yeah.

  • And he only wanted to eat the chicken legs.

  • But one day the cook saw that

  • there was no chicken legs left.

  • So she got all of the other pieces from the chicken

  • and made it all like how you made it.

  • And then just made it look like a chicken leg.

  • - Tricked him.

  • - Mhmmm, and he loved those puppies.

  • (giggles)

  • - And then they became famous throughout the country.

  • - Well that's the legend, I guess.

  • - It's a good story.

  • - It's a good story.

  • - Probably should have let it cool a little bit more but..

  • There's no time like the present

  • in making coxinha.

  • - I probably made these when I was young,

  • like eight, ten.

  • While I was making something for my birthdays,

  • cause that's where we eat them mostly.

  • Kids birthday parties.

  • And that's the only reason we all go, to eat.

  • (chuckles)

  • - [Hilah] And I think too, because we're gonna dip them

  • in egg and bread crumbs later,

  • you don't need the outside to look perfectly even

  • or anything, cause it'll all be covered up

  • in bread crumbs later, so don't sweat it too much

  • if they look a little lumpy like this one.

  • (chuckles)

  • - It's making my T wrong.

  • - Oh my god.

  • (chuckles)

  • - Wow, a T is the same in Portuguese, that's cool.

  • - No it's K.

  • (giggles)

  • - Same shape.

  • - Same shape.

  • Oh you mean the shape, okay.

  • My mom's probably like, what are you doing?

  • (laughs)

  • The mom way.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - Okay, eggs and plain bread crumbs.

  • All right, hallelujah we are ready to fry.

  • So I'm gonna heat up a few inches of oil to 350,

  • which I think is like, 180 something in Celsius.

  • - Let's aim.

  • - Don't quote me on that.

  • (chuckles)

  • And we just fry these for just a couple minutes.

  • So we roll them around, and then we're

  • just gonna gobble them up.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - Have our, one on that.

  • Okay, here's your T.

  • Here's my plain one.

  • And then we've got the sauce here

  • that's, basically translates to pink sauce.

  • - Yeah, molho rose, which is like,

  • just ketchup and mayonnaise.

  • - And check out our other video,

  • we did pao de queijo a few weeks ago.

  • - Oh, since I know you like singing while you're eating,

  • I have a song for you, do you want to hear it?

  • - Yeah.

  • - Okay.

  • (sings Brazlian song)

  • Pretty cute, right?

  • That is cute.

  • So in English, it would be something like,

  • Snack time is the happiest time

  • let's all eat burgers

  • (laughs)

  • - Cheers.

  • - Cheers.

  • - Mmm, it's so good.

  • - Perfect.

  • The dough is exactly what it is.

  • - It's just amazing to me how good this is.

  • I really hope you guys try this,

  • and send me a picture on Instagram or something.

  • I'd love to see it.

  • Yay, thank you.

  • - Thank you.

  • - And thanks to your mom. - Mhmm.

  • - I don't even know her name

  • - Kata, oh now she's gonna flip out.

  • (speaks in Brazilian)

  • (upbeat music)

- Hey dudes, I'm Hilah and today on Hilah Cooking,

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