Portuguese Egg Tarts Recipe
What's the difference between normal egg tarts and Portuguese egg tarts? Well, it mainly comes down to the crust and eggs; the regular egg tart recipe from Hong Kong uses short crust, while our Portuguese egg tart recipe uses puff pastry and whole eggs, rather than just the egg yolk.
But don't worry, this Portuguese Egg Tart recipe is easy because all you need to get started is our baking kit which you can just add to cart and check out right above. It has everything to get you started, from the crust to the filling. All you need is some time, a pair of mittens, and an oven!
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How to make Portuguese Egg Tart
1. Melt the mixture into liquid form by thawing the topping in a fridge (cooled to between 2°C to 10°C) for eight hours or more.
2. Once melted, preheat the oven to 230°C.
3. Pour the melted mixture into a tart shell to about 80-90% filled.
4. Remove the bubbles sitting on top, these prevents the tart from achieveing a smooth surface.
5. Bake for 17 to 20 minutes.
6. Remove from oven, and allow them to cool on a rack before serving!