de = of or from. I can accept 'a chocolate recipe' but not 'a recipe for chocolate'
The question is, is it a recipe to make chocolate or to make something using chocolate. A chocolate recipe could mean either. A recipe for chocolate is to make chocolate itself.
To make brigadeiros: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/24052/brigadeiro/ You should follow the advice in the comments/reviews. An additional tip: If you have an electric stove you may need the heat a bit higher than you think. And remember: they're not kidding about children adoring them. If you make them for a kid, expect to be asked for more of them over and over and over... Which depending on your temperament could be amazing and could be awful.
It sounds like 'r' is pronounced 'h' - like in the beginning of 'house'... is it always pronounced this way or just in front of certain vowels?
Only at the beginning of words in standard Portuguese, otherwise that sound is spelt ‘rr’.
My friend makes those for me she thinks its funny that I can't pronounce the name
A recipe from chocolate... Or a recipe with chocolate... Confusing so to say. To me it seems to be a recipe out of chocolate too.