S & I: Eggs and milk. Variations with cinnamon, honey or lemon zest. H & C: Also known as Tigelada de Abrantes. Its oldest historical reference dates back to the book Caderno de Receitas of Infanta Maria (16th century) where it is referred to as the Tigelada de Leite da D.Isabel de Vilhena. Even today, its unique form is connected to the terracotta molds originally used in its confection.