Portuguese egg tarts
“Egg tart, called custard tart in English, custard is a kind of frozen made of milk eggs and sugar, the Chinese call it egg, tart takes its sound. This kind of egg tart appeared in the middle ages, but it looks like the current the egg tarts will be very different. According to the current practice, the skin will be very soft; the middle-aged egg tarts have no egg tarts and no gear cutters. The egg tarts have to be pinched by hand, so the egg tarts are hard to eat and eat medieval egg tart in fact, I’m eating egg juice instead of skin. Another reason is that it takes a lot of sugar to make egg tart skin. Medieval sugar is very expensive, so sugar is only added to egg juice, and the outer shell is for the poor. Eat or throw away with beggars. After the Chinese knew that the egg tart was ceded in Hong Kong, the British egg tart spread to Hong Kong, and the Hong Kong people began to imitate it, even better than the British. The egg tart shop sells egg tart in addition to the egg tart. Two other things: milk tea and coffee. At that time, the egg tarts were two or three times larger than the current egg tarts. There was even a time when a big egg tart with a cup of coffee or milk tea became the standard breakfast for Hong Kong people. In the 1950s, Hong Kong gradually became richer, and Hong Kong people began to add bird’s nest abalone and the like to the egg tarts. Nutmeg should be added to the skin and egg sauce, but Hong Kong people don’t seem to like to eat this kind of spicy egg tart, so now the egg tart in Hong Kong teahouses is relatively light.”
The practice of Portuguese egg tarts
Prepare white sugar, milk, whipped cream, three eggs, frozen tart crust
Pour 80 grams of milk into two containers, a bowl of 40 grams of milk
Pour the white sugar into the first milk and stir to melt the white sugar
Pour the whipped cream into the second bowl of milk and stir after pouring
Prepare the egg yolks of the three eggs, break them up, pour them into the first bowl with white sugar, and stir
Pour the cream from the second container into the first one, stir it, and then filter it twice with a filter. Be sure to filter twice. If there are small bubbles, you can poke it with a small spoon.
Prepare the frozen tart crust, pour the prepared tart water into the tart crust and pour 8 points full, ready to bake
Preheat 200 degrees for 25 minutes for baking
Finish egg tart. Finally, you get home cooking Portuguese egg tarts.