Pastel de nata (Portuguese custard tart)
It´s the most famous Portuguese pastry and the tastiest custard tart in the world:).
It´s puff pastry filled with nata cream. You can find this pastry all over Portugal.
flour (all purpose flour - T55)
margarine or butter
This recipe is part of a set of recipes called Portuguese Conventual Pastry created in the 16th century by the nuns in the kitchens of the convents from north to south of Portugal.
These specialties that each convent knew how to make unique passed from generation to generation continue today to blend with the same fairness of hands that Dominicans, Franciscans and Carmelites nuns made until the 19th century. The Portuguese call it “Ovos Moles” (soft eggs) a tribute to the egg, the base ingredient of Conventual Pastry.
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Pastel de Nata Online Workshop
We will be cooking together simultaneous in our own kitchens, me in Lisbon, and you? It´s simple, fun, and tasty. You just need a computer or a mobile phone and internet. The Class takes 1.30/2.00H, it depends on the rhythm of the kitchens!
During this time you will learn to cook the pastel de nata recipe from the scratch, cream and dough, and also the History behind the pastry. You know that this recipe was created inside a monastery?
The Online Workshop can be enjoyed anywhere in the world, by one or more people simultaneously, in the company of the family or individually.
It´s taught directly from our kitchen (Casa dos Ovos Moles) for other kitchens. In each of the kitchens, participants prepare the recipe step by step following our example and directions. The workshop ends when all the kitchens have finished preparing the recipe, when all the cakes are out of the oven.
The transmission of the workshop is done via Zoom and for that purpose all participants have to download the application to their computer or mobile phone.
Duration and Participants
1.30/2H it depends the rhythm of the kitchens.
The workshop is taught for up to 5 kitchens simultaneously. We do not impose a limit on the number of participants per kitchen. You can invite family and friends to your kitchen!
Minimum participants to activate the workshop - 2 kitchens.
Schedule (Lisbon Local Time - WEST)
Monday to Saturday
10.00H am/15.00H pm/or 17.30pm
*we can accommodate requests beyond the time slots listed in calendar.
Cooking ingredients for the class
Eggs, flour (all purpose flour - T55), cornstarch (maizena), margarine, fine salt, fat milk (or regular), sugar, cinnamon stick, lemon zest and water; mini tart shapes; pot; bowls, dough roll, wood spoon.
With the booking you receive all information about ingredients, utensils, recipe, procedures and rules, and zoom invite link, so at the time you will be ready!
All ingredients for the class: - computer or mobile phone positioned
- zoom app active (free) - mise en place prepared: heavy and separate ingredients, and pots and utensils on the counter
- and of course will and joy!
Prepared? Hands on!
I am a co-founder of the Casa dos Ovos Moles, it´s a pastry shop specialized in the century-old Portuguese Pastry popularly known as "Ovos Moles" and famous for its recipes: pastel de nata, ovos moles de aveiro, fios de ovos, pão de ló, travesseiro de sintra, trouxas de ovos, pastel de tentugal, dozens of divine recipes. We launch the Pastry Workshop in 2018, furthering our goal to spread our culture, and now in response to the context we are living we launch the ONLINE Pastry Workshops - If we cannot come to us, we come to you!
The Casa dos Ovos Moles em Lisboa materializes the desire to build a project linked to Portugal, we wanted to cultivate Portuguese traditions. We identified the opportunity to develop a regional market (highly regionalized) that is our sweet glory - the Portuguese Conventual Pastry. We came up with the idea to bring the loved centuries-old delights from all over the country to Lisbon, creating a show case of Portuguese Conventual Pastry. We travel all over Portugal looking for the finest recipes and producers with a mission “ to put in the mouth of the world the best of Conventual Pastry”.
The closest station
Chiado Metro Station
How to get to the station?
From Santa Apolonia Station: 5mins
Exact location provided after booking.
Martina Keinath, United States of America★★★★★
The experience was fantastic! She has a lot of knowledge- great chef, clear direction and very fun! It was truly an honor to bake with Felipa.
Response from Filipa
Duration of this cooking class is 2 hours.
It costs 43 per person.
Up to 5 people can join Filipa's cooking class.
Yes, Pastel de Nata Online Workshop - from Lisbon has a vegetarian option.
You will receive the confirmation within 24 hours.
We accepts these cards on airKitchen.
Cancellations up to 48 hours prior to the class begins will be fully refunded by the airKitchen cancellation policy.