Monday, July 26, 2010

Caramel pudding


caramel pudding
300 ml (1 tin) condensed milk
500 ml (1 1/4 tin) milk
4 eggs
vanilla
2 tbsp sugar caramelized to coat the dish

Caramelize the sugar by heating the sugar in a pan (don't leave it too long as it will burn and harden). Quickly pour onto the baking dish to coat the bottom and sides, it will harden soon if it doesn't coat the sides that is okay.
Combine all the ingredients beating lightly with a whisk, don't beat for a long time as the eggs will form bubbles. Strain the mixture which is optional and pour into the prepared dishes with the caramelized sugar and place it in the oven.
This flan can be steamed in the pan on top of the stove with water covering up to half the dish covered lightly so the steam evaporates, keep checking to make sure there is water in the pan.

It would be easier in the oven. Place the ramekins or the dish in a shallow pan filled half way with water and bake at 350F for about 30 to 40 minutes until a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean.

When it is cool refrigerate for at least 6 hours before unmoulding and serve cold.

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17 comments:

  1. I love these caramel pudding, i too made these spanish pudding will post it some time.
    Your pudding looks really yummy.

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  2. Pudding luks very delicious,love to crab the plate...

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  3. Wow, great info and that pudding looks simply beautiful and yummy !!!

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  4. Yummmm!!!droolworthy and tempting pudding..

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  5. Delicious caramel pudding! I've never tried with condensed milk... Looks yummy!
    And I too, am a great admirer of the great civilization in Al-Andalùs!

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  6. i love caramel pudding .....this looks simply superb............

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  7. looks yumm.. i was never successful in preparig this in the oven.. shall try once again..

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  8. yummy pudding...luks delicious and nice colortoo.. u have a good collection of recipes...happy to follo w

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  9. looks super duper yum n tempting.fabuloussssssss...love it...wht a perfect slice darling

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  10. I love flan!!! We, of course, make the Mexican version...but really, they're not that different at all. Lovely =) Thanks so much for sharing it at Two for Tuesdays this week =)

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  11. Love flan at our house. We make the Mexican version and we make a large pan. Such a universal dessert!

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  12. Caramel is a gift from heaven for sure! :) Thanks for sharing this on the two for tuesday recipe blog hop! Alex@amoderatelife

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  13. Wow! drool-worthy dessert and excellent picture dear:)

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  14. Perfect piece..just mouthwatering!!

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  15. Thanks so much for submitting this to regional recipes! A good flan is always welcome in my house!

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  16. This is also known as creme caramel. This is my favorite desert and I make this very frequent. I learned to make this during my varsity days. Easy to make, yet DELICIOUS!

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