Tuesdays With Dorie Old School – FLAN FLAN FLAN

I’ve never been the biggest flan fan, and that’s because every place that I’ve ever been to that serves flan also serves something called “fried ice cream supreme.” Supreme! Why bother with flan?

This flan was pretty good. The custard is simple (eggs, sugar, vanilla, milk, cream, vanilla). The whole thing is quick to throw together. Best of all, there is some fun baking science here – you put the caramel (which hardens immediately) in the custard cup first, and then the egg mix. Then you bake it, cool it, and flip it upside down, and somehow you have that magic caramel liquid goodness that’s always on top of flan. I always just assumed there was some sweaty guy in the back of the restaurant with a bucket full of caramel. THE CARAMEL IS A SPECIAL PART OF THE FLAN.

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One Response to “Tuesdays With Dorie Old School – FLAN FLAN FLAN”

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