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Portuguese Food: Charniqueiras

março 06, 2013,31 Comments

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Charniqueiras is the name given to these yummy milk queijadas with a sugary flavor. If you're looking for something quick and easy to do and yet very delicious, this is it! Don't forget to share these soft sweets with your loved ones!
Charniqueiras é o nome dado a estas queijadas de leite deliciosas com um sabor açucarado. Se estão à procura de algo rápido e fácil de fazer mas ainda assim delicioso, é isto! Não se esqueçam de partilhar estes doces suaves com os de que mais gostam!

Charniqueiras


Ingredients: Ingredientes:

100g flour 100g farinha
400g sugar 400g açúcar
2 eggs 2 ovos
50g melted butter 50g margarina derretida
0.5l milk 0,5 litro leite
powder sugar Açúcar em pó
powder cinnamon canela em ó



Mix the flour with the sugar, add the eggs and beat until it creates a cream.
Mix the melted butter with the milk and beat well.
Brush the molds with melted butter and fill them at 3/4, taking them to pre-heated oven at 200ºC for about 20 to 25 minutes. Let it cool before unmolding.
Tip: Place the charniqueiras on paper forms.
Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon.
Misture a farinha com o açúcar, junte os ovos e bata até criar um creme.
Misture a margarina derretida com o leite e bata bem.
Pincele as formas com margarina derretida e encha a 3/4, levando ao forno pré-aquecido a 200ºC durante cerca de 20 a 25 minutos. Deixe arrefecer um pouco antes de desenformar.
Dica: Coloque as charniqueiras em formas de papel.
Polvilhe com açúcar e canela.

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31 comentários:

  1. oh meu deus que bom aspecto.... *_*

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  2. This has just been bookmarked - I need to try these out!
    They look (and sound) absolutely delicious <3
    Trendy Teal

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  3. AGGHHH! Why do you keep doing this to me. You show me this amazing food I've never seen but then I drool looking at the picture nowing you can't make one for me now? :( Sooo yummy.

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  4. This looks so yum, I am going to try it :)

    Brooke x

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  5. haha sorry! I just love the food of my country too much so I feel like I need to share it... maybe you'll come to Portugal onde day, who knows! ;)

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  6. I really like your blog and your style, I´m following you!

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    and if you like it, follow me back! ;)

    Kiss

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  7. Estes não conheço, mas adorava conhecer!

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  8. These look absolutely delicious.............

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  9. These look fab! I might have to make some today and give them to my neighbours as Christmas presents.

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  10. It's easy!
    I will, looks delicious (:

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  11. Looks delicious ;3
    Definitely will try this one!

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  12. love the quick recipes!
    thank you for all the ideas!

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  13. These look so light and delicious, and I like that they are baked, not fried.
    "share these soft sweets with your loved ones!" Share .. sweets. I am unfamiliar with this concept. :)

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  14. I'm definitely going to have to try this!

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  15. I'm a little confused. Does the melted butter and milk only get brushed on the inside of the molds? Or should I mix it with the flour mixture?

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  16. you should add them to the mixture BEFORE filling the molds ;)

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