Ingredients

How to make it

  • Put your milk, water, salt and oil in a pan and bring to the boil
  • Then add your Tapioca Flour and mix, let the mixture cool down a bit
  • Put it all in a bowl, add the eggs and kneed untill you feel like your hand are numb and you have a smooth dough
  • Then roll into little balls (golf ball size)
  • Place on your baking tray and put into the oven for about 20 mins on gas mark 4-5.
  • Its a good idea to grease your hands with oil when making the balls.

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  • danawitczak 3 years ago
    I love Pao de Quijo, and have been looking for a recipe for it. Thanks for posting!
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  • fabulousme 4 years ago
    Hi, I just had a go at this recipe. A few things noted: The cheese is nowhere mentioned in the instruction. I assumed it is added after the eggs - which is what I did. Only used 1 egg - the dough was smooth, it looked and felt perfect. Baked at 200°C until it was brown - which was some 20 minutes. The picture here looked like the golf ball-size dough should have doubled in size. This was not the case with mine. Wondered if it is not necessary to let it raise first? A second egg would have made the mixture guey.. Nevertheless, it takes excellent, crunchy outside and when you open it, the inside is cheezy and soft.
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  • sundaygirl 5 years ago
    Thank you for comments!! =)If you make them, let me know how you got on!
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    " It was excellent "
    peetabear ate it and said...
    thank you for a great post... I placed the recipe in the 101 Gluten Free Place... I can not eat any wheat products and these look and sound so good..
    peeta
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    " It was excellent "
    famina ate it and said...
    We have a Brazilian restaurant here in Little Rock that serves these and I have been looking for a recipe for them. It seems like all the other recipes I've found just didn't seem like they would be the same but these look exactly what I've been looking for. Thanks for posting.
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  • sundaygirl 5 years ago
    The flour is about 1 and 3/4 cups, the cheese usually comes in 100g container so just throw it all in. Let me know how it goes! =)

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    Cups

    Grams

    1/3 cup 43g or 1.5 oz
    1/2 cup 64g or 2.25 oz
    2/3 cup 85g or 3 oz
    3/4 cup 96g or 3.38 oz
    1 cup 128g or 4.5 oz
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  • tinadunlap 5 years ago
    how much flour in cups? And how much parm cheese in cups? would mlike to mtry it, sounds good though.
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