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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.
Yes, I'm Brazilian and grew up eating salpicao. And this is recipe is very close to the original. Very good!
I made this just as described, except used canned rather than frozen corn. I quite enjoyed the mixture of foods in the salad--chicken, fruits, vegetables. I did find it a little bland, though. The recipe makes plenty, so after serving it the first time, I added some garlic powder & a little oregano and found that that perked up the flavor some. A nice dish; I may well make it again.