lattice chicken pot pie
Mexican street corn pasta
chicken Ghiveci
creamy chicken tortilla soup, jalapeno jack popovers
butter basted ribeyes, twice baked potatoes, broccoli
brisket tacos, pinto beans
pork souvlaki, naan

Monday, February 25, 2013

Secret Recipe Club: Brazilian Cheese Bread

Brazilian Cheese BreadI make Pao de Queijo quite often. For this month's Secret Recipe Club, I received the blog Burnt Apple and I was instantly drawn to Brazilian Cheese Bread. It was very similar to Pao de Queijo, but without the mini muffin pan. These cheesy bites were amazing! Even better than the recipe from my mom.  Miss F loved the "cheese puffs" and insisted on having butter on hers.  And she made a specific request to have them packed in her lunch box, so I know she really enjoyed them.  Please check out the links below to see what everyone selected this month for the Secret Recipe Club.
Brazilian Cheese Bread

2 cups tapioca starch
½ cup milk
3/8 cup oil
1 ½ teaspoons salt
½ cup water
¼ cup grated parmesan cheese
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
1 egg

In a mixer bowl mix the tapioca starch together and set aside. In a large saucepan, bring the milk, salt, oil and water to a rolling boil. Remove the boiling mixture immediately from the saucepan and pour into the starch. With a dough hook, mix the wet and dry ingredients together until thoroughly mixed. Add the cheese and egg and continue kneading until smooth. Place a small amount of oil in your hands and form the dough into golf ball sized balls. Place each ball on a greased baking sheet. Bake for 25 minutes at 350 degrees. Eat warm.

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SallyBR said...

Nice choice! You know, I thought you had my blog and came here to say hello... but I was wrong!

Great to see this Brazilian delicacy spreading around the blogosphere, they ARE delicious!

Have a wonderful Reveal Day!

Happy Valley Chow said...

This sounds sooo good! Thanks for sharing, can't wait to try :)

Happy Blogging!
Happy Valley Chow

April Tuell said...

Hmmm, I've never heard of a bread being made with tapioca starch, but they look delicious. Especially with yummy cheese added.

Thank you so much for being a member of the Secret Recipe Club, and sharing your cooking talents with us.

Lindsay (life and kitchen) said...

I haven't even had a chance to make your biscuits from last month, and here is another bread to add to the list! Looks delicious :)

Lindsay (life and kitchen) said...

I haven't even had a chance to make your biscuits from last month, and here is another bread to add to the list! Looks delicious :)

Erin said...

I've never used tapioca starch in bread before, but they look great!

Sarah E. said...

I made Pao de Queijo for my SRC post a few months ago and loved it. I would love to try this recipe too :)

Happy Reveal Day!

Shari TheSaucyGourmet said...

I tried a similar recipe last week and they were so so. As soon as get more tapioca flour I am planning on trying your recipe. Thanks for sharing!

Medeja said...

These buns look yummy! I think I would have them with some butter and really would enjoy with any meal :)

Cindy said...

My two sons served missions for our church in Brazil. They have talked about these. They look yummy.

Avril said...

I have never heard of such a bread...but then again I haven't done any kind of Brazilian cooking. Looks like I need to get on the ball and start doing such recipes! Your cute little breads look scrumptious!!!!

RebekahRose said...

Those look WONDERFUL!! Great choice!

Melissa said...

These sound awesome! I love bread and cheese, so put them together and it makes one perfect recipe! Great pick this month :)

Kirstin said...

YUM! These sound really good! I think I am marking these to make. I'm a fellow group D member.

Lisa said...

I love pao de queijo. I got so addicted to them when I was in Brazil. Yours look just the way I remember them - delish!

A Cooks Quest said...

These sound delicious! They look like they would go well with a variety of main dishes too which is a plus in my book :)

Renee Goerger said...

Oh wow! These look really interesting. I've never heard of tapioca starch before but these look and sound quite yummy!

Mom said...

Better than mine!?! I will have to try them. Where can I get tapioca flour here in Houston?

katie said...

Kroger has it in the Natural Food section. I get it at the Asian Market where I eat crawfish. I can bring you a bag if you like.

BurntApple said...

So glad that you liked them! I love them, but have a hard time making them now because my good friend who taught me how to make them moved back to Brazil. Enjoy, and beautiful pictures!

Susan said...

This sounds delicious! I don't think I've seen any Brazilian food before.

Kelsey said...

What a fun recipe. These look great!

nicole @ I am a Honey Bee said...

I've eatten these at a restaurant called Fogo De Chao. OMG I wanted to dump the bread basket in my bag so I could ask for more and have some for later. I loved them so much so I should def make them.

these look wonderful.

Angelstarch said...

The Tapioca starch is free from gluten and it is used for the preparation of breads, snacks, etc.

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