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Everyone is so afraid to make these. Truth is, it's extremely simple and DELICIOUS. Give it a try, you won't regret it! Any ques, feel free to ask. :)
Preheat your oven to 180°C/350°F.
Mix egg yolks and sugar in a bowl.
Heat up milk, cream and vanilla till its warm to the touch.
Once it's warm, pour half of the cream + milk mixture into the yolks while constantly stirring.
Then pour it back into the pot with the remaining milk and bring it to a rolling boil.
Once it's done, pour it back into the bowl and continue whisking for another 2-3 minutes, by hand. You don't wanna leave it in the pot as it might cook the eggs even more.
Pour into your prepared ramekin and place them into a pan with high sides. We're going to bake this in a water bath so fill the pan half way with water. Then bake it for 17-22 minutes.
To know that they're baked, they would be custard like but still wobbly in the centre. It sets as it cools. Once they're baked, chill them for at least 4 hours or preferably overnight.
When you're ready to serve them, put a thin layer of sugar (I always use brown sugar) and brûlée it!
I used a torch which is ideal, but since many people wouldn't have one, you could put it under your broiler till the sugar has melted and a crust has formed.
Sorry for the horrible quality pictures. I was making this in a real rush, but I still wanted to make a guide. So, yeah......
When you break through the crust and drag your spoon down against the ramekin, the only feeling you feel is serenity & joy. And when the spoon enters your mouth, I need a paper and a pencil for that.
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Ty, it is my most favorite dessert👍🍮
7 months ago
Oh yay! Glad you enjoyed it. :)
8 months ago
It's delicious Farah thx for the recipe! I even bought a cooking torch :-))
8 months ago
Marc, okay! :)
Cole, the outcome of the creme brûlée usually is affected by two things; tempering of the eggs and the baking. Make sure you temper the eggs properly and the baking has to be just right. If its curdy, temper your eggs less. Its pure liquid, bake it longer. I really hope you get the result you want the next time you bake! Sorry it didn't turn out good enough :(
It's in the oven right now. ill give feedback about it :-D
Brown sugar/regular sugar, as need
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