Matcha Portuguese Egg Tarts

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It's time for picnics and frolicking in the sun. Bring these traditional Portuguese custard egg tarts with a matcha twist. Everyone will love them!

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Prep Time

25 min

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Cook Time

30 min

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Wait Time

1 hr

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Matcha Portuguese Egg Tarts

Ingredients

Makes 12
12 servings Makes

Instructions

Step 1

Whisk egg yolks/egg, sugar, flour, matcha in small pot

Whisk egg yolks/egg, sugar, flour, matcha in small pot

Step 2

Gradually whisk in half and half and vanilla extract until smooth. Put on medium heat and whisk until it it is very warm but not hot (not thick)

Gradually whisk in half and half and vanilla extract until smooth. Put on medium heat and whisk until it it is very warm but not hot (not thick)

Step 3

Preheat oven to 400F. Thaw 1 sheet of frozen pastry dough for 20mins. Cut in half and stack on top of each other. Should be 12cm in width

Preheat oven to 400F. Thaw 1 sheet of frozen pastry dough for 20mins. Cut in half and stack on top of each other. Should be 12cm in width

Step 4

Lightly flour surface. Roll up tightly. If it cracks, leave to thaw more

Lightly flour surface. Roll up tightly. If it cracks, leave to thaw more

Step 5

Use a ruler and indent dough every 1cm and you should have 12 slices

Use a ruler and indent dough every 1cm and you should have 12 slices

Step 6

Flour surface again and a rolling pin. Roll dough to about 10cm corcles

Flour surface again and a rolling pin. Roll dough to about 10cm corcles

Step 7

Press into greased muffin tin. Pour runny custard into it. Bake for 12-15mins or until pastry is golden and some burnt sugar spots appear

Press into greased muffin tin. Pour runny custard into it. Bake for 12-15mins or until pastry is golden and some burnt sugar spots appear

Step 8

Cool in pan and transfer to wire rack. Serve warm or cold. Can keep in fridge for few days.

Cool in pan and transfer to wire rack. Serve warm or cold. Can keep in fridge for few days.

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Matcha Portuguese Egg Tarts

Matcha Portuguese Egg Tarts

By misshangrypants

It's time for picnics and frolicking in the sun. Bring these traditional Portuguese custard egg tarts with a matcha twist. Everyone will love them!

Prep Time

25 min

Cook Time

30 min

Wait Time

1 hr

Ingredients

Makes 12

Instructions

Whisk egg yolks/egg, sugar, flour, matcha in small pot

Step 1

Whisk egg yolks/egg, sugar, flour, matcha in small pot

Gradually whisk in half and half and vanilla extract until smooth. Put on medium heat and whisk until it it is very warm but not hot (not thick)

Step 2

Gradually whisk in half and half and vanilla extract until smooth. Put on medium heat and whisk until it it is very warm but not hot (not thick)

Preheat oven to 400F. Thaw 1 sheet of frozen pastry dough for 20mins. Cut in half and stack on top of each other. Should be 12cm in width

Step 3

Preheat oven to 400F. Thaw 1 sheet of frozen pastry dough for 20mins. Cut in half and stack on top of each other. Should be 12cm in width

Lightly flour surface. Roll up tightly. If it cracks, leave to thaw more

Step 4

Lightly flour surface. Roll up tightly. If it cracks, leave to thaw more

Use a ruler and indent dough every 1cm and you should have 12 slices

Step 5

Use a ruler and indent dough every 1cm and you should have 12 slices

Flour surface again and a rolling pin. Roll dough to about 10cm corcles

Step 6

Flour surface again and a rolling pin. Roll dough to about 10cm corcles

Press into greased muffin tin. Pour runny custard into it. Bake for 12-15mins or until pastry is golden and some burnt sugar spots appear

Step 7

Press into greased muffin tin. Pour runny custard into it. Bake for 12-15mins or until pastry is golden and some burnt sugar spots appear

Cool in pan and transfer to wire rack. Serve warm or cold. Can keep in fridge for few days.

Step 8

Cool in pan and transfer to wire rack. Serve warm or cold. Can keep in fridge for few days.

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