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Serradura

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Serradura is a traditional popular dessert. Literally, Serradura is translated as “sawdust”. The dessert is made in layers of crushed biscuits and cream. Usually, for Serradura, Marie biscuits are used or any other plain biscuit. The cream is made of whipping cream, condensed milk and vanilla mixed together. To the cream other ingredients can be added too, like cacao or some pack gelatin. The deserter is placed in a container in layers and then cooled in the refrigerator a little. Serradura is delicious and rather easy to prepare.



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References

Serradura (aka Macau Sawdust Pudding), mybutteryfingers.blogspot.com

Serradura, www.bakespace.com

Macanese Sawdust Pudding (Serradura), www.cyber-kitchen.com