Portuguese Egg Tarts

Portuguese Egg Tarts created by Ashley Cuoco

Not the chinese egg tarts! It's another variation. The tops are suppose to be burnt. I got it from Leelee in jo's deli bakery site.

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1hr 15mins
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directions

  • Mix well the egg and sugar.
  • Add in the rest of the ingredients and mix well.
  • Leave aside for later use.
  • Method for Oil Dough: Put all ingredients together to make into a dough.
  • Keep in the fridge for abt 15 minutes Method for Dough: Put all ingredients into mixing bowl and mix to a dough.
  • Method for assembling: Roll the dough to 1 cm thick and fold in the oil dough.
  • Roll it to 2 single and 2 double fold.
  • Keep in the fridge for 30 minutes Roll the dough to 1/2 cm thick and cut the size required.
  • Put in the mould and pour in the egg filling and bake at 180C for 15 minutes Notes: The egg fillings is enough for 2 recipe of the dough.
  • So if you are doing 1 whole recipe of the egg filling, then double the dough recipe.
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"Not the chinese egg tarts! It's another variation. The tops are suppose to be burnt. I got it from Leelee in jo's deli bakery site."
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  1. Ashley Cuoco
    Portuguese Egg Tarts Created by Ashley Cuoco
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    Portuguese Egg Tarts Created by Ashley Cuoco
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  4. Mia 3
    Hi hkjenn: well by the looks of this receipe it's definatly not "portuguese eggtarts ", but rather "pasteis de natas". I live here in portugal and have these often. Their absalutly delicious.
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  5. 39741733
    Hi hkjenn - In Portuguese they are called - Pasteis de Nata - I have my mother -in laws recipe for this! I also have a portugese cookbook with this recipe in it.
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