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Brisbane, Austalia :: Found some of these at an excellent huge deli at Wooloongabba that we accidentally came across on the way to a new Farmer's Markets we were checking out... if any of you know the area ;-) They are Brazilian Cheese Balls known as (Pao de Queijo)  We recently tried these at a Brazilian steak house which was AWESOME to say the very least, I've been dreaming and drooling about them ever since! I should put up some pics of our dinner there.....  So needless to say we were VERY excited to see these in the frozen section.... Usually cook em for 20 mins fresh but we put them in for 25 and they were AMAZING.....  They sort of like a light bread on the outside, filled with gooey melted cheese on the inside....... I'm hooked!!!  In Brazil, pao de queijo is a popular breakfast and frequently had as a snack. Made of cassava flour, so they're gluten free which is a great thing....  I'm gonna try and make them myself if I can actually get this kind of flour which is not readily available by the normal avenues...  Have any of you guys tried these?  If not, I really recommend that you do! Brisbane, Austalia

Found some of these at an excellent huge deli at Wooloongabba that we accidentally came across on the way to a new Farmer's Markets we were checking out... if any of you know the area ;-) They are Brazilian Cheese Balls known as (Pao de Queijo) We recently tried these at a Brazilian steak house which was AWESOME to say the very least, I've been dreaming and drooling about them ever since! I should put up some pics of our dinner there..... So needless to say we were VERY excited to see these in the frozen section.... Usually cook em for 20 mins fresh but we put them in for 25 and they were AMAZING..... They sort of like a light bread on the outside, filled with gooey melted cheese on the inside....... I'm hooked!!! In Brazil, pao de queijo is a popular breakfast and frequently had as a snack. Made of cassava flour, so they're gluten free which is a great thing.... I'm gonna try and make them myself if I can actually get this kind of flour which is not readily available by the normal avenues... Have any of you guys tried these? If not, I really recommend that you do!

INSECKTORB 2010-08-06
6 comments
Greg
2010-08-07

Want.

Wayno
2010-08-07

what kind of cheese is in there?

Mamma t
2010-08-07

oh those sound spoon good I want some my mouth is watering

Pooter
2010-08-07

it stands for cheese pie

JennyRenee
2010-08-08

Yummy!

Carolita
2010-08-10

they are awesome! you should try their candy...ohhh soo good!