There are recipes that aren’t lost over time and have been maintained the same for 500 years. The History of the Conventual Pastry started 500 years ago in the Portuguese Convents.
WELCOME TO OUR TRADITIONS
Casa dos Ovos Moles em Lisboa is a patroness of the Portuguese Conventual Pastry.
We share a tradition with 5 centuries of History.
From north to south of Portugal, wherever there was a convent, there is a recipe to taste.
The recipes you’ll be able to taste in our store, arrive daily from the places and the people that inherited these recipes, its art and its cooking secrets.
We want to bring to everyone’s taste the best of the Conventual Pastry: Ovos Moles de Aveiro, Celeste, Encharcada, Pão de Ló, Pastel de Santa Clara, Pudim Abade de Priscos, Sericaia, Trouxa de Ovos, dozen of recipes, all centuries-old that are still made everyday with the same accuracy that they were made by the Franciscan and Carmelite nuns until de 19th century.
From Amarante, Alcobaça, Aveiro, Braga, Caldas da Rainha, Coimbra, Évora, Guimarães, Lagos, Ovar, Portalegre, Santarém, Tentúgal, Vila Real, from north to south of Portugal there is an History to savour.
Welcome to our wonderful heritage.