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This popular and delicious Portuguese milk tarts recipe (receita de queijadas de leite) is easy and quick to make.
Info
Preparation time:
5 min
Cooking Time:
45 min
Ready In:
50 min
Level of Difficulty:
Easy
Servings:
8
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Portuguese Milk Tarts Recipe - Portuguese Recipes

Portuguese Milk Tarts Recipe

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Posted in: Snack Recipes
Tue, Jun 22, 2021
4 out of 5 with 320 ratings
Views: 44925

Ingredients

3 and 1/2 cups of sugar1/2 cup of unsalted butter4 eggs 1 and 1/2 cups of flour1 liter of milk (1000 ml) * Get Portuguese ingredients & stuff Get Portuguese ingredients and other stuff at Amazon.com

Directions

  1. Preheat the oven to 180°C or 350°F.
  2. Grease the individual molds.
  3. Beat the sugar and butter until lightly creamy, add the eggs, then the flour, the milk and mix everything well.
  4. Pour into the molds.
  5. Bake until golden (about 45 minutes).
  6. Unmold while they are still warm.
Recipe & Photo Credit: olharpovoacense.blogspot.com
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Comments

Melissa
Melissa - 1 Week ago
My family's favorite. I've made these many times. I cannot go to my brothers place without them. They also freeze well.

Eduardo

Great to hear Melissa, thank you.

1 Week ago (+1) (-0)
Sandra
Sandra - 4 Weeks ago
Which butter do you use? Can it be salted butter

Eduardo
Unsalted Sandra, I will update the recipe.
4 Weeks ago (+1) (-0)
Isabel
Isabel - 4 Weeks ago
Can I use lactose milk for the recipe

Eduardo
I think you meant lactose free milk Isabel, yes you can.
4 Weeks ago (+1) (-0)
Tammy
Tammy - 4 Weeks ago
What type of "mold" or pan is used for these?

Eduardo
We use cupcake or muffin pans Tammy.
4 Weeks ago (+1) (-0)
Megan
Megan - 1 Month ago
Does it matter what kind of milk you use? Is 2% ok or does it need to be whole milk?

Eduardo

Yes, you can use 2% Megan, you won't notice a large difference.


1 Month ago (+0) (-0)

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