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Yoki (Brex), Cheese Bread Mix, 8.8-Ounce Units (Pack of 24)

by Yoki

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  • Easy to cook by just adding milk and egg
  • Ingredients are tapioca starch, eggs and cheese
  • Crunchy crust and soft dough
  • Popular product from Brazil
  • Perfect as a snack
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Ingredients
Manioc starch, modified manioc starch, hydrogenated vegetable fat, milk whey, glucose syrup, salt, whole milk, maltodextrin, cheese, corn starch, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, flavoring: natural and similar as natural and artificial flavoring, flavor enhancer: (621), food acid (lactic acid-270), stabilizer: (potassium phosphate, dibasic-339), anticaking agent (calcium phosphate, tribasic-341), emulsifier (mono & diglycerides of fatty acids-471) and (sodium phosphate, monobasic-339) and antioxidant - alfa- tocopherol-307. Gluten free. Fécula de mandioca, fécula de mandioca modificada, gordura vegetal hidrogenada, soro de leite, xarope de glucose, sal, leite inteiro, maltodextrina, queijos, amido de milho, gordura láctea, extrato de levedura, amido de milho modificado, proteína vegetal hidrolisada, aromatizante: aroma natural e artificial, intensificador de sabor: glutamato monossódico, acidificante: acido láctico, estabilizante: fosfato dipotássico, regulador de acidez: fosfato dissódico, antiaglomerante: fosfato tricálcico, emulsionantes: mono e diglicéridos de ácidos gordos e fosfato de sódio, antioxidante: alfa-tocoferol. Contém leite e soja. Não contém glúten.

Directions
You Will Need: 1/2 cup of water, 2 eggs. 1. Preparing - Place the content of the bag in a medium size bowl, add the water (1/2 cup) and 2 eggs. 2. Mixing - Mix well until all the liquid is absorbed by the dough. Keep working the dough until it gets smooth and homogeneous. 3. Modeling - Make small balls and place them in a tray leaving some space in between so that they don't stick together when they grow. 4. Cooking - Place the tray in a pre-heated oven (350 degrees F) for about 25 minutes or until they get a golden color. Important: If you work the dough longer the bread will grow better; If you prefer you can use a planetary mixer. Put the dough in it and start with the lowest speed. Turn up the speed as the liquid is absorbed. The total mixing time should be about 4 minutes; This product cannot be baked in a microwave oven.

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Product Description

Easy to prepare. The Cheese Bread is a typical Brazilian preparation, being found in the recipe books in all regions of Brazil. Its basic ingredients are tapioca starch, eggs and cheese. The main characteristics of this product are the crunchiness of the crust and the softness of the dough, it also has a very pleasant cheese and tapioca flavor. It is usually eaten as an appetizer in restaurants, with tea, and specially with a delicious cup of coffee. The Yoki Cheese Bread is very easily done, does not demand special skills and has all the characteristics of a home made cheese bread.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.6 x 7 x 9.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000M3J9VQ
  • UPC: 690843279710
  • Item model number: 5879
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #233,218 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

You'll get a much better end product.
M. Kessler
I just recieved this 24 pack... and they all expire in 4 months!
LT57
This mix makes wonderful chewy Brazilian Cheese Rolls.
kkpogue

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By M. Kessler on November 16, 2007
As a celiac, I've struggled to find good bread products. I can confidently says that Yoki provides the best (and easiest) Brazilian cheese bread mix. Chebe is another great brand for this food, but they require you to grate and mix in your own cheese (which can be good if you're looking to be creative). My one suggestion: The more homogenous your batter is, the smoother and crispier the rolls will be. Mix that dough to death! You'll get a much better end product.

Also, if you're new to Gluten Free cooking, make use of flours like yucca and tapioca. They provide an elastic quality similar to gluten. My favorite baking flours include mixes like tapioca, potato starch, and almond or fava bean flour. You don't have to fight with those icky, dry rice flours anymore!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By RETIRED FOR GOOD on August 30, 2007
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I'm a celiac and getting tasty treats is not as easy a it sounds. Pao de queijo (cheese bread) is easy to make and delicious. Thank you to Amazon for carrying it.
When you make them, mix the daylights out of them, they'll rise better. One note of caution: do not make the bread-balls too big. They will raise OK in the oven but not bake all they way through.
BTW.: They are magnificent stuffed with tuna salad or any other stuffing you can think of.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By kkpogue on January 20, 2009
This mix makes wonderful chewy Brazilian Cheese Rolls. Be sure to knead the dough well, roll tightly into small rolls and bake thoroughly. Serve hot as they are not as good cold. I don't have any problem getting them all to disappear as soon as they come out of the oven they are just that good. The best thing I have found to satify that craving for bread that is gluten free.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SusanLynnJ on November 29, 2008
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I bought these after eating the little cheese buns at a brazilian restaurant. I couldn't believe there was a bread that was naturally GF, that tasted so good, and that people ate because it tasted good and not that they had to be on a GF diet. These taste just like the buns at the restaurant. Once I stuffed the centers of the dough with shredded cheese and pizza sauce before baking, the filling exploded out a bit, but it was very tasty.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bia on March 22, 2011
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I'm from Brazil and this is a very true version of the "made from scratch" one. I love it and fammy loves it too! I buy the 24 boxes and sell half of the boxes for neighbors and friends. It's a huge success around here. I will keep buying them whenever I see them available.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G. Rosa on August 10, 2009
This is as close as it gets to the Pao de Queijo made from scratch.
I am from Brazil, and Pao de Queijo is one of the food specialities of my state of Minas Gerais.
Just add a little parmesan and shredded mozzarella cheese to make it cheesier. Trust me, it makes a difference!
And eat it right after you bake it, when it's crunchy on the outside.
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This brings back so many memories from living in Brazil. Pao de queijo is often eaten as a breakfast food along with coffee or hot chocolate. I've been having to travel up to Toronto to find my stash and it costs me $2.50-2.75 per box, so it's actually cheaper to have Amazon send it to me. I love it!

When I make mine, I add a little extra cheese to it - usually grated parmasaen that I have in the fridge. Also, to make your little balls, a medium cookie scoop works well for the amount of dough you will use. Keep a little cooking oil by you because you will want to form the balls with your hands. A little oil on your palm between each ball will keep it from sticking too much and it helps them cook up nicer. The box says to let them get golden, but I find that the tops don't turn very gold in color. As they start to crack as they expand, you know you are close. I usually go about a minute longer than the time says. When you pull them out, you'll notice the bottoms are nice and golden.

Make sure you eat them all. Pao de queijo doesn't reheat very well. Try them the Brazilian breakfast way with your favorite coffee or even better, hot chocolate - you'll love 'em!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Humeniuk on October 17, 2007
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Reminds me of my visit to Sao Paolo, Brazil. Now I can have them anytime, easy to make.
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