Pastéis de nata – Portuguese custard tarts

Pastéis de nata were originally created by the monks of the Jerónimos Monastery in Santa Maria de Belém, Lisbon in the 19th Centuary. They are also known as Pastéis de Belém.

Pastéis de nata

Pastéis de nata

If you’ve never tried Pastéis de nata (custard style tarts), add it to your “To Do” list – they are delicious!

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