Pao de queljo (Small cheese sandwiches)

2019-12-02

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  • Servings: 4
  • Prep Time: 20m
  • Cook Time: 15m
  • Ready In: 35m
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Pao de queljo (Small cheese sandwiches)

The pao de queljo is a typical Southeast Brazilian cheese sandwich: it is a dish with very ancient origins and is very popular to accompany the coffee at the end of the meal, for the very good breakfast even cold, highly recommended nothing to envy to the Italian cheese bread .

To prepare the pao de queljo, cassava flour is used while the type of cheese can be varied, from fresh mozzarella to aged cheese, the positive thing that is good for those who are celiac because it is gluten-free.

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  • Servings: 4
  • Preparation: 20 min. - Cooking: 15 min.
  • Ready in: 35 mins

Ingredients

  • 500 g of cassava flour
  • 300 ml of milk
  • 150 ml of olive or sunflower oil or margarine
  • 2 eggs
  • 200 g of tasty cheese (I use parmesan)
  • Salt to taste

Method

Step 1

Pour the flour into a bowl and, in another saucepan, mix the milk with the oil, making them heat over low heat

Step 2

Add the mixture to the flour and mix to mix

Step 3

Also add the lightly beaten eggs, one at a time, alternating with a handful of diced cheese and salt

Step 4

Knead very well, working with greased hands, then divide the dough into many small balls

Step 5

Turn on the oven at 180 ° and place the balls on the plate lined with parchment paper

Step 6

Bake in a hot oven and cook the pao de queljo for 15 minutes

Step 7

Remove from the oven and let cool

Comments (8)

  1. posted by Wan on March 5, 2020

    This dish is from southeast Brazil and is from Minas Gerais

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    • posted by Brazilian Recipe Staff on March 5, 2020

      are you from minas? hahahahaha protect the origins too. and in the meadow as an outro, bom mas cozinhado em todo or Brasil. Se queira ou não.

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      • posted by Brazilian Recipe Staff on March 5, 2020

        However now I correct

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    • posted by Brazilian Recipe Staff on March 5, 2020

      if você tem alguma receita de Minas para colocar no site pode me dizer go ser um prazer

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      • posted by Wan on March 5, 2020

        Yes thanks

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        • posted by Brazilian Recipe Staff on March 5, 2020

          if you send me the complete recipe, with the steps I enter your name as author, instead if you send me the name of the recipe I add it with pleasure. info@ricettebrasiliane.it

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  2. posted by Brazilian Recipe Staff on March 5, 2020

    you're right è de mina, I confused southeast with northeast. it can happen. co.unque is a dish that is now all over Brazil.

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    • posted by Wan on March 5, 2020

      Yes, it is made all over Brazil, however, this dish is of southeastern origin and not and originates throughout Brazil

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