Pastéis de Nata, The Most Famous Portuguese Delicacy In The World

Pastel de Nata. No comment! Hummm. The name say it all. For those who never heard about it, let me say, it is probably the most famous Portuguese delicacy in the world! You can read all the history here, where I’ve made a Pastel de Nata tart - with no puff pastry. But since I’ve … Continue reading Pastéis de Nata, The Most Famous Portuguese Delicacy In The World

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Pumpkin & Honey Pies | Tartes de Abóbora e Mel

This is the first recipe I didn’t actually bake for the blog; this recipe was created for another purpose and I must say, a good one! I’ve already talked about my slight obsession about pumpkins and how it’s an important product in Lourinhã, my hometown. After all, Lourinhã and the West region of Portugal in … Continue reading Pumpkin & Honey Pies | Tartes de Abóbora e Mel

Pastel de Nata Pie | Tarte de Pastel de Nata

A butterfly from Aplica Agulhas e Bordados I’m not the kind of girl to marry, but if I would, I would be marrying a Pastel de Nata. You must have heard about those, right? One of the most precious desserts of Portugal? Pastel de Belém started to appear in the 19th Century, in Lisbon. The … Continue reading Pastel de Nata Pie | Tarte de Pastel de Nata