The Portuguese egg tart comes from the Englishman Andrew Stow. After eating the traditional dessert Pasteis de Nata in the city of Belem near Lisbon, he decided to add his own ideas to the traditional recipes. In 1989, he opened the Andrew Bakery in Coloane, Macau. Lard, flour, water and eggs, as well as British-style pastry practices, create a popular Portuguese egg tart. Portuguese egg tarts (Portuguese) are the most famous of the Macao snacks, with particular emphasis on baking techniques. Loved by diners. However, I personally feel that the Portuguese is too tired and too attached. Children and the elderly are not particularly suitable.
Accurately weigh all materials and measure them for later use
Add 28g of prepared powdered sugar to 120g of milk and mix well
Add 120g of whipped cream and mix evenly in a circle
Stir the milk evenly and see the cream and powdered sugar on the glass wall of the container.
Take another large container and take the hot water. Place the milk container inside and stir it with water. Use the temperature of the hot water to accelerate the melting without special boiling of the milk.
Add 4g of corn flour and mix well in full circle
Stir the uniformly dissolved milk completely, no more impurities will be seen on the wall of the container, only a little bubble
Add 4 egg yolks and mix well
Filter the finished egg liquid 1-2 times
Pour the egg mixture into the tart, about 8% full, and add raisins according to taste.
The oven is preheated for 2 minutes at a temperature of 210 degrees and baked for about 25 minutes. If you need to compare the above focus, bake it and turn it on for 1-2 minutes! ! !
1. If there is no powdered sugar, use white sugar, grind it into powder with a dry grinding cup in the blender to accelerate the melting of the material; 2. If you like sweetness, you can increase the amount of powdered sugar; 3. If the suede is frozen, before the production. It needs to be softened, so that it will be better to be baked; 4, the remaining egg liquid can be placed in a container that can enter the oven to be baked into a pudding; 5, the remaining protein can make protein egg tart or protein tablets, no waste;