Brazilian CHEESY BREAD Recipe – aka Pão De Queijo – Easy Cheese Bread

From my hometown in Brazil, Uberaba, Minas Gerais I bring to you guys the world famous Pão De Queijo, aka Brazilian Cheese Bread. This is made in every Brazilian Churrascaria. It is easy and simple to make. You can also freeze them, it will last up to 6 months in the freezer is really an amazing recipe.

I cooked it for 30mins @ (325°F / 163°C)
Or until lightly Golden Brown

* INGREDIENTS * I used for cheese bread recipe.
5 Cups of Tapioca Starch:
2 Eggs
2 cups of Whole Milk
1/2 cup Vegetable Oil
2 tbsp Fine Salt (I like mine with 2 tbsp fine salt if you like less salty use 1 tbsp) Be exact on your tbsp use a measuring method don’t guess with salt!
2 cups Mozzarella Cheese
1 cups Parmesan Cheese (4oz)

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* PS. First Watch the video above. On video I showed only 3 cups of Tapioca Starch but I used 5, you can use 4 and add all the wet stuff, mix everything and add more accordingly. If you put less tapioca starch it will be a moist and gooey inside. If you add more it will be dryer and more towards bread style. I recommend starting with 5 cups and adjust to your liking.

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  1. toxic panter

    Is it addicting no! Come on bro pandisal is diiiiiiii?????????!!!!!!?!?!?!?!!?!?!?!lisos

  2. Can you make this with an immersion blender? I don’t have a mixer.

  3. Corina Gorgan

    I tried to make these. My dough turned out totally runny! Followed and measured exactly. The only thing I can think of is that the milk + oil has to cool down before adding to the tapioca -eggs -salt?

  4. Shau'l Junior Fiorito

    How long

  5. Shau'l Junior Fiorito

    Oven temperature???

  6. Santana Reyes

    Did anyone else’s turn out watery?

  7. Add some seared steak in there!

  8. Links to the microwave / oven?

  9. Freddy Carrera

    This recipe is wrong. My mix came out watery. :/

  10. dominicanrich9

    Whaaat Guga I thought you were Cuban? Never knew you were Brazilian that so cool:)

  11. Pegan Heyman

    My son tried it! It was so delicious! Thanks Guga!!

  12. Israel Hernandez

    Is that 3 or 5 cups of tapioca?

  13. C H I P Á

  14. They really are addictive. Love them.

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  16. Junjun Caneca

    How is Guga Brazilian and Angel isn't?

  17. I can only imagine how good these would taste dipped in garlic butter🤤

  18. Kyle Quatier

    This recipe does not turn out the way it does in the video. I reccomend a mixture rate of 2 cups of flour to half cup of milk and quarter cup of water. Also swap the oil for half stick of butter Follow the same method but instead create a dough first before adding the eggs and let it cool before adding in eggs. I had much more success with this method. I followed the recipe and it was very runny and I had to add more like 6 7 cups of tapioca which completely threw off the ratio which made flat cakes instead of balls. Cheers

  19. Nova Fernandez

    part skim or whole milk mozzarella? I ask because I know with pizza you want the part skim because it has less moisture, is there a difference here?

  20. Does anyone else have the issue where the dough doesn't form? I followed exactly the ingredients he mentioned and when I turn them into balls, they just pancake out almost instantly.