Egg tarts/Pastel de nata

Egg tarts (or egg custard tart), also known as Pastel de Nata is a kind of custard tart that is a popular pie product in Asian countries, Portugal, Brazil and England. It consists of an outer pastry crust that is filled with egg custard before it is being baked. Egg tarts are founded in the 1920's in China, from where they were introduced and adopted to Portugal, England and Brazil.

Egg tarts produced on a Rademaker Pie line