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Saturday, March 06, 2010

Egg Tarts

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Another recipe shared by my fb friend Leslie Ruelan. Thanks a lot, Leslie, for sharing your tried and tested recipes, especially at these times that I am too busy to bake something new or to even try new recipes.

Ingredients:
30 pcs. tart shells
10 pcs. egg yolks
1 can 300 ml. condensed milk
1 can 370 ml. evap. milk
1 tsp. vanilla


Instructions:

1.) mix all ingredients (except tart shells) until egg is well dispersed.
2.) pour into each tart shells
3.) bake at 350F for 25 mins. or until golden brown

10 comments:

  1. Boy, manang, that must have been the easiest recipe so far. I know we all love short, no-fuss recipes.
    If we make mamon using only egg whites, this is the perfect recipe to make use of the yolks!

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  2. posted a comment seconds ago but it disappeared! just wanted to say this recipe must be the shortest i've ever come across so far, but we all love short, no-fuss recipes. perfect way to use the yolks after making mamon, which makes use of the whites. i still have to make those mamons by the way, pero bumili na ako ng cream of tartar.

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  3. Hi sharon,
    I agree this is fast and easy!
    my fave mamon recipe does use the whole egg, though (separated)...or are you talking about the torta mamon cebuano that uses egg yolks?

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  4. manang,
    i was referring to your mamon not the torta. yes, i just checked, it does make use of whole eggs - but separated. i might make it this weekend. since i don't have small brioche pans, i will use the large tortilla cups.

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  5. Hi manag... i love all your recipes..i tried most of them and my family loves it. I just saw the egg tart, can you give the recipe of the tart shell please? thanks :)

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  6. I didn't know that Macau make delicious egg tarts. I saw in Korean series "Princess Hour" the lead actress relocated to Macau and she bought egg tarts make me craving for egg tarts. Hahaha

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  7. is it okay if only five egg yolk only ?

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  8. Hi Merly, Angelina, and ghia,
    Sorry for this late reply. Been busy fighting corrupt government agents.
    Merly, this is a shared recipe that I myself have not tried so I do not have the recipe for the tart shells.
    ghia, If you use half the amount of egg yolks, you might as well halve everything. :)

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  9. manang can you make cashew tart like from the Philippines... mobee cashew tart... thanks

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    1. Hi Anonymous, I really am not experienced with tarts, and this one was shared with me, and not something I myself made. Sorry...

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