Pastel de Feijão de Viseu
Awarded 1 Star in the Great Taste Awards 2020.
A treat from central Portugal that is as simple as it is delicious. All it takes is some haricot beans and caramelised egg yolk, sugar and flour. And a bit of magic.
Golden Boats are rare pastries from Viseu in Central Portugal, known in Portuguese as Pastéis de Feijão de Viseu, combining a crispy pastry with a soft sweet filling made with puréed white beans and egg jam. They taste sweet with a savoury hint, and come individually wrapped. The recipe used to make them dates back to the mid 1950s, and is known to only two families.
INGREDIENTS: yeast-free WHEAT flour, sugar, water, conserved haricot beans [haricot beans, water, salt and antioxidant (E-385); contains SULPHITES], EGG yolk, margarine [vegetable fats (palm fat, hydrogenated palm fat, partially hydrogenated palm fat), vegetable oils (karité, rapeseed), water, salt, acidity regulator, citric acid, sodium citrate, powdered MILK serum (LACTOSE), emulsifiers (mono and diglycerides, lecithin), potassium sorbate, flavouring, anti-oxidant (natural extract rich in tocopherols, ascorbyl palmitate), colouring (carotenes)], salt.
(For allergens see ingredients in BOLD)
NET WEIGHT: 50g.
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