This Brazilian classic pie is often a lifesaver on busy days and within 10 minutes you can have it in the oven!
This recipe was adapted from the one my friend Fabiola Bedin has sent to me. The batter for this pie is made in the blender and all you need to do is pour it over the pie filling and pop it in the oven. It is really that simple!
You can eat it for lunch, dinner, or snack.
I also like it because you can pretty much use whatever you want as a filling. For this one I used cheese, sausage, sweet corn, pea, parsley, green onions and olives. It’s also delicious with this Shredded Chicken with Béchamel (white) Sauce Fast2eat
Brazilian Blender Pie Fast2eat
- Mix in a Blender the Eggs, Oil, Milk, Grated Parmesan Cheese, salt and Black pepper until smooth.
- Then add All purpose Flour blend until well combined. Stop the blender and clean its sides with a Silicone Spatula a couple of times during the process if need.
- Add the Baking Powder and slowly mix it.
- Note that it is a thick batter, so if you prefer not to use a blender you can simply mix all ingredients in a Mixing Bowl with a Whisk.
- With a Cooking Spray grease and flour a Oven Pan to prevent sticking.
- Toss a little more than half of the Batter in the pan. Make sure the batter covers the bottom.
- Fill with your favourite filling options. Make sure that all ingredients are cooked and seasoned and that there is non to very little water or liquid.
- Then Pour the remaining batter on top of the filling spreading gently with an offset spatula to enclose all the filling.
- Add Grated Parmesan Cheese on top.
- Bake in the medium preheated oven (190º C/375º F) for about 30-45 min or until golden brown on top.
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