1. Title: Lord Stow’s Bakery: The origins of Macau’s iconic Portuguese egg tart.
It’s not burnt, it’s burleed.

2. Review:
Portuguese Egg Tart is different from the Dim Sum Egg Tart with the key difference the Portuguese version is burleed.
Andrew Stow was honored with a gold medal for his services to tourism by the Macau government.


“Pastel de nata”, the Portuguese egg tart has become an iconic treat for visitors to Macau, a special administrative region of China and former Portuguese colony. You may be surprised to learn that it is not authentically Portuguese, but was invented by a Brit. Eileen Stow, sister to Andrew Stow, who invented the treat in 1979, tells us about its origins and how it grew to become one of Macau’s most popular snacks.

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The origins of Macau’s famous Portuguese egg tart


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