Just like the Portuguese ones
Taste just like the ones we had in Portugal, part of my weekly shop now.
As if they came straight from the bakery
Sublime and absolute perfection, but maybe check them around the 17-18 min mark. That's when they're done by my oven anyway. Also, be sure to leave for a good 10-15 mins, as they will take the roof off your mouth otherwise!
Pastéis de Nata
The recipe for these pastries is a closely guarded secret by Fábrica de Pastéis de Belém, so very difficult to replicate outside of Lisbon. Nevertheless, these are a fair copy and very moreish, but unfortunately they are not always available on the Tesco website. Pop them in a cold oven at 160 degrees (you're not looking to bake them!) for about 8 minutes to crisp up the pastry and warm the custard.
Tried these for the first time last week! They are
Tried these for the first time last week! They are so creamy, crispy and delicious. Just wish there was more than 4. Have to get 2 packs for rest of family as I could eat one pack by myself they are that good Love the fact they stay warm for ages
Absolutely love them. Creamy, light and delicious. Mmmm.
Soggy ..no crisp pastry
As good as you will find in any patisserie in Lisbon or Oporto, easy enough to cook and because they are frozen you can save them until you want to eat them but give a couple of hours to cool down.
We want more.
Hurry up please and bring these back, we are waiting... Yummy, flakey, full of taste. Delicious and good price
These arrived unfrozen and not a speck of dampness
These arrived unfrozen and not a speck of dampness in the packet to suggest that they had been frozen. daren't freeze them now in case they had been previously frozen and i daren't eat them in case they have been out for a while. would take them back but this was a delivery as we are under lockdown. They will be thrown out! Shame as was looking forward to a "treat".