I fear I’ve been a little, flaky, lately. I’m trying to keep up appearances but somewhere among all the sauces and drinks and sugar laden treats round these parts I feel a touch lost. My Berry Filled Hot Cross Buns were a redemption of sorts but I look at all the unpublished, healthy meals sitting …

French Butter Pastry – or the flakiest, strangest, most genius pie crust you’ll ever make. (i have been looking for a pie crust with butter)

When I was young, every family in my neighborhood had a flourishing passionfruit vine and as delicious as they are just scooped out and eaten, we also used them to make and fill these scrummy little shortbread fingers. Just roll into balls and lightly flatten if preferred.

Every family in my neighborhood had a flourishing passionfruit vine and as delicious as they are just scooped out and eaten, we also used them to make and fill these scrummy little shortbread fingers. Just roll into balls and lightly flatten if preferred.

Okay, so by the time you take out the flour, weigh it (or measure it) and then pull a couple of sticks of butter from the fridge…you might actually be at TWO whole minutes! But …More »

Okay, so by the time you take out the flour, weigh it (or measure it) and then pull a couple of sticks of butter from the fridge…you might actually be at TWO whole minutes! But the actual cut…

anzac biscuits 2 cups (180g) rolled oats 1 cup (150g) plain flour ⅔ cup (150g) caster sugar ¾ cup (60g) desiccated coconut ⅓ cup (115g) golden syrup 125g unsalted butter, chopped 1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda 2 tablespoons hot water

anzac biscuits 2 cups rolled oats 1 cup plain flour ⅔ cup caster sugar ¾ cup desiccated coconut ⅓ cup golden syrup unsalted butter, chopped 1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda 2 tablespoons hot water

Portuguese_Tarts_Recipe

Popular the world over and affectionately known as an iconic staple sweet of Portugal, here is the ultimate recipe for Pastel de Nata (Portuguese Tarts).

This is the authentic Portuguese Custard Tarts recipe, used by a bakery in Lisbon. The recipe is easy to follow, a few tips will make your tarts a success.

Portuguese Custard Tarts

This is the authentic Portuguese Custard Tarts recipe, used by a bakery in Lisbon. Use the 6 tips provided in the recipe to make a perfectly crisp and nicely browned custard tart without hassle.

Susane's passion for food !: Portuguese Egg Tarts (葡撻)

We all know Chinese egg tarts, right ? Have you ever had Portuguese egg tarts though ? It tastes like crème brûlée with a pie crust. So yumm.

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