Egg tarts 酥皮鸡蛋挞
Egg tarts are a pastry commonly found in Hong Kong, Guangdong and Asian countries. Often baked in a round pastry mould, the egg tart consists of an outer puff pastry crust filled with egg custard, which is a mixture of sugar and egg. Unlike English custard, milk is normally not added to the egg custard, and the tart is not sprinkled with ground nutmeg or cinnamon before serving. It is served hot rather than at room temperature. Today, egg tarts come in many varieties, including honey-egg, chocolate tarts, ginger-flavored egg, green-tea-flavored tarts and other types.