I decided to do something difficult this weekend, call me “crazy.” I decided to do a Cheese Bread recipe (Pão de Queijo) outdoor in a dutch oven. It sounds loco I know, but why not try! — See the full Cheese Bread Video Recipe on my YouTube Channel as well as other and please subscribe! It get’s better. I also decided to throw some sausages on the grill with some delicious cheddar cheese. All of this will eventually end up inside the Cheese Bread.
Best of all, this recipe can be made in a conventional oven. I layout all the steps below in the recipe. Just follow it step by step and enjoy some great Cheese Bread and Sausage Pão de Queijo with the entire family.
Pão de Queijo Recipe
Ok keep in mind that when making this recipe in a conventional oven you should make them a bit smaller, than what I did in the video. These cheese breads will last two or three days.
The Best Sausage for Pão de Queijo
Try to use a Brazilian Linguica if possible.
Best Cheese for Pão de Queijo | Cheese Bread
When selecting the cheese for the cheese bread try to use the Mexican style cheese called Panela. I’ve used the Mexican “Queso Fresco” but I felt it was too salty. I also prefer the “El Mexicano” brand over other brands. To be honest making the cheese breads in a conventional oven turned out better “looking” than in the outdoor dutch oven. However the smell outside while cooking in the dutch oven was just amazing. Definitely worth it for the outdoors people.
- Add milk, water, oil and salt to boil
- Once it comes to a boil throw over tapioca flour.
- Mix it in *it doesn't need to be thoroughly mixed. Just a slight mix with a spoon is fine. Let sit until cool.
- Whisk eggs slightly. Add eggs slowly to the mix
- Beat on low 2 - 3 for about 5 minutes
- Once done add cheese and whisk for about a minute on low
- Cook at 425 degrees for about 15 minutes.
Notes Remember everyones oven is different, so keep an eye on it. Once it rises and becomes "slightly" brown on the top then it's ready to go! Tip: try not to put it in tupperware when hot. Let it cool and/or put it in a paper bag like french bread. This way it stays crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside. | Subscribe on YouTube Driftlands - Aussie Canvas Tarp Hats
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You DO NOT explain what to do between steps 6 & 7! Absolutely terrible. Will not be making from your recipe.