Creme Caramel /Spanish Flan/ Caramel Pudding – Easy homemade recipe


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Both crème caramel (French ‘caramel pudding’) and flan are French names, but flan has come to have different meanings in different regions.
In Spanish-speaking countries and in North America, flan refers to crème caramel.
The Modern English word flan comes from French flan, from Old French flaon, in turn from Medieval Latin fladonem, derived from the Old High German flado, a sort of flat cake, probably from an Indo-European root for ‘flat’ or ‘broad’.
Preparation:
Crème caramel is a variant of plain custard (crème) where sugar syrup cooked to caramel stage is poured into the mold before adding the custard base. It is usually cooked in a bain-marie on a stove top or in the oven in a water bath. It is turned and served with the caramel sauce on top, hence the alternate French name crème caramel renversée.

Turning out larger dishes requires care, as the custard easily splits. Larger dishes also require more care to avoid undercooking the interior or overcooking the exterior. Thus, crème caramel is often cooked and served in ramekins.

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