Pastéis de Nata | Portuguese Custard Tarts
These pasteis de nata, or Portuguese custard tarts, are a specialty of Belem, near Lisbon. The pastries have crisp, puff pastry crusts that are filled with a luscious baked egg custard. You can make the pastry and filling up to several days ahead and assemble them right before baking.
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Portuguese Custard Tarts
I've always loved these custard tarts ever since they were huuuge years back and I suppose still are. I came across a recipe by Bill Granger via a friend and it seems pretty true to actual Portuguese custard tarts which pleases me no end. These are my finicky fat phobic Father's steadfast favourite. In fact, I give him a dozen for his birthday, Father's Day and Christmas and he absolutely refuses to share them with my mother so I should probably make some extra for her.
Portuguese custard tarts
Make classic Portuguese custard tarts Pastéis de Nata with step-by-step help from the olive test kitchen. Dusting the pastry with icing sugar gives the tarts a golden, caramelised crust when cooked