Cara Menyiapkan Sempurna Pao de Queijo
Pao de Queijo. Pao de Queijo I can't believe I found a recipe for it. Thank you thank you thank you. I added probably another cup of flour because the batter was very runny and first they came out as little pancakes..
Pão de queijo (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈpɐ̃w dʒi 'kejʒʊ], "cheese bread" in Portuguese) or Brazilian cheese bread is a small, baked cheese roll or cheese bun, a popular snack and breakfast food in Brazil. It is a traditional Brazilian recipe, originating in the state of Minas Gerais. Pão de queijo originated from African slaves like many other Brazilian foods. Kamu dapat membuat Pao de Queijo menggunakan 6 bahan dan 3 langkah. Berikut cara kamu membuat itu.
Bahan bahan dari Pao de Queijo
- Persiapkan 125 gram tapioka.
- Kamu memerlukan 80 gram keju cheddar parut.
- Kamu memerlukan 80 ml susu cair putih.
- Bahan 1 butir telur.
- Persiapkan 1/2 sdt garam.
- Bahan 50 ml minyak sayur.
Pão de queijo, which means "cheese bread" in Portuguese, is a delightful snack from Brazil made with tapioca flour (meaning it's gluten-free) and cheese. Our recipe calls for both Parmesan. Pão de queijo smell wonderful when they are baking, and plump up into perfectly round balls. This recipe calls for regular farmer's cheese but if you can find the Brazilian cheese queijo minas in your local Brazilian market, your pão de queijo will be even more authentic.
Pao de Queijo Cara membuat
- Panaskan susu cair dan minyak hingga hangat, sambil diaduk. Lalu di mangkuk lain, campur semua bahan selain susu dan minyak dg whisk, baru tuangkan susu dan minyak hangat td, aduk sampai licin.
- Siapkan loyang muffinn, oles dg butter. Lalu tuang adonan ke lobang muffin hg 3/4 tinggi saja. Lalu oven suhu 190 derajat celciusselama 30 menit.
- Setelah matang, angkat. Lalu angin²kan di cooling rack.
Otherwise, any firm, fresh cow's milk cheese will work well in this recipe. Remove the pao de queijo from the muffin pan and enjoy. This is a very forgiving gluten-free bread. Pão de queijo are essentially a version of French gougères. Like gougères, the dough for pão de queijo starts on the stovetop and eggs are beaten in one at a time.