Bread of Cheese (Brazilian)

September 13, 2007 1:24am CST
Bread of Cheese is a typical prescription of the Brazilian states of Minas Gerais and Goiás. It has some different prescriptions, where the ingredients an the type of the cheese vary very - as well as the final result.Some use polvilho candy, other sour, or same both. *Prescription - Ingredients 1/2 sour kilo of polvilho (or candy) 3 milk cups 1 oil cup 1 salt soup spoon 4 eggs 500 grams of hard cheese -Preparation In a basin, it mixes the salt and polvilho. It mixes milk and the oil in a pan and heats until the boil point. It adds the mixture to polvilho to the few while it moves with a spatula until forming a homogeneous mass. The mass leaves to cool. It adds eggs and it mixes the hand. The mass must have creamy consistency, but it dries. The it adds the cheese ralado in fine piences and mixes until getting a more or less homogeneous mixture. It catches handfuls of the mass and it forms small balls with the hands. The breads can be cangealed or be baked in the same instant. In this in case that, it preheats the oven in the maximum power for about 15 minutes, and after that it places the forms. The breads are ready in average in half hour (it verifies if they are golden before removing of the oven). Good Appetite....\o/
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