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Brazilian Cheesy buns (Pão de Queijo)


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Ingredients

65 portion(s)

  • 360 g cheese, do your favorite combination, I like 280g feta + 80g mossarela
  • 80 g Milk
  • 80 g water
  • 80 g oil
  • 1 level teaspoons salt, (depending on the saltiness of your cheese combination
  • 400 g Tapioca or Cassava starch
  • 2 eggs
  • 6
    30min
    Preparation 30min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Shred the cheese 5sec/sp 7 - set apart.

    Put salt, water, milk and oil to heat 3.5min/sp2/95°C.

    Add tapioca starch through the hole in the lid over running blades (sp3) and mix 1min.

    Let it cool until room temperature and using the spatula scrape down the sides and the bottom of the . Mix 10 sec/sp 3.

    Add the eggs and for 2 min. Using the spatula, check if there is no big lumps of tapioca starch in the dough.

    Add cheese through the lid while for more 3min.

    Form little balls with help of two spoons. (You can freeze it at this stage)

    Bake in 200°C preheated oven for 20/25 min or until little light golden spots start to show up.

    Enjoy!
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Tip

This is a tradicional recipe of Brazilian "Pão de queijo". It use to be my family recipe that I've converted to Thermomix.

You can make your cheesy balls the size you like, there's no right or wrong size for them. Just keep in mind they do rise when baking. Personally, I like to roll them using a very heaped tsp, and then I use other tsp to help pull it out of the first to the baking sheet. When baked, they'll be the size of a ping pong ball.

If you find it easely, you can add 2 TBSP of sour tapioca starch (polvilho azedo) in step 3, it works just fine without it thought.

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  • Mhetti:thank you! They sound just as yummy!

    Submitted by jhouston1002 on 6. June 2018 - 08:13.

    Mhetti:thank you! They sound just as yummy!

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  • hanacaulfield: I'm glad you liked it! We can be a...

    Submitted by Mhetti on 6. June 2018 - 02:44.

    hanacaulfield: I'm glad you liked it! We can be a "pop star" just by bringing them over to friends... Cool

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  • jhouston1002: not quite the same... Whe have...

    Submitted by Mhetti on 6. June 2018 - 02:39.

    jhouston1002: not quite the same... Whe have "chippas" in Brazil also. The difference is on the preparation... They do taste similar, but cheesy buns are more "cheesy".

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  • Just made these twice! They are sooooooo good. My...

    Submitted by hanacaulfield on 6. June 2018 - 02:34.

    Just made these twice! They are sooooooo good. My family and guests ate them up till they were all gone! THANK YOU SO MUCH for this delicious recipe! I used cheddar, moz, and feta and it was good. Will be fun to experiment with different cheeses.

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  • When I was travelling through Argentina we had...

    Submitted by jhouston1002 on 4. June 2018 - 16:00.

    When I was travelling through Argentina we had things called ‘Chippas’ that looked like these. Would this be them??

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  • joggingjo: Sorry! I just edited it. 400g cassava...

    Submitted by Mhetti on 2. June 2018 - 08:46.

    joggingjo: Sorry! I just edited it. 400g cassava starch.

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  • How much cassava starch? No amount in the recipe

    Submitted by joggingjo on 30. May 2018 - 16:39.

    How much cassava starch? No amount in the recipe

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