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Creme Caramel was invented sometime around the 19th century (no date so far has been proven to exist)
The ingredients are chocolate, caramel, peanuts and marshmallow creme.
yes, like "creme brulee" and "poire belle-helene"
creme caramel, its very good there. :)
Creme brulee - creme means "custard" and brulee translates as "burnt". It has a brittle caramel disk on top, which must be broken through to reach the custard. However, you may also be referring to the "creme caramel", which is a custard with added gelatine (so that it has a jelly-like texture), topped with a runny caramel sauce.
Sweet creamy caramel.
They have Creme Caramel, croissants but they are mostly tasty food.
Crème caramel may have originated in Southern regions of France but it has been enjoyed by many cultures world over. More often called flan in many Latin countries it is eaten with sweet milk or better known Dulce de Leche. Another closely related dessert is the Creme Brulee.
Wouldn't that be the child, diabetic or weight-watcher sized portion of the rich custard dessert ka flan, creme caramel, or caramel custard?
"La crème caramel" is a classic french desert
Egg yolks can be used to make: * Hollandaise sauce * creme caramel * caramel custard (leche flan) * mayonnaise * lemon curd/lemon pie filling
One of the most basic dishes which involves "thickening with eggs" is custard. This basis can then be used in may other dishes, such as creme caramel, creme brulee, quiche etc...
No it's a crust-less custard, like creme caramel. Crepes are like thin pancakes.
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Flan is a traditional Hispanic dessert. It is a baked custard like creme caramel, and it often has a layer of caramelized sugar on top.
If you're talking about the creme caramel, well then Yes, I read one of the recipe for this food and ate one. It is best to serve chill.
In a word, no. According to Wikipedia, flan (creme caramel) is enjoyed around the world. Many countries, including Mexico, have national variations. The word "flan" refers to a flat open pie and derives from Old English. Only in the USA and Spanish-speaking countries does flan refer to creme caramel. See the related links for details.
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Caramel was invented in the 18th century. It was created in the country of Italy and in the city of Turin.
No, Caramel candy made with sugar, butter, cream or milk, and flavoring.