Mexican Flan

Flan is a traditional Mexican dessert and there are many versions. It is a rich, creamy, cooked egg custard. it’s flavored with vanilla and baked in a water bath to retain its texture.

Ingredients
Egg -3
Sugar-1 cup
Evaporated milk -1 tin
Condensed milk- 1 tinVanilla extract -1 tbsp
Whipped cream..optional
Method

Preheat oven to 350°F.Select 2 oven safe containers, one that can easily fit inside the other.The large one will be used for a water bath and the smaller one will pour flan.mixture.Fill the larger container a little less than halfway with water and place in the cold oven to heat up while you prepare the caramel and the custard.In a large pan, caramelized the sugar until it turns a light golden brown .While still hot, transfer the melted sugar to baking container swirling it around until the entire bottom is covered then set aside.In a blender add the remaining ingredients and blend until smooth.Open up the oven where you have placed the water bath and then place the small pan with the caramel inside the large water bath pan.Pour the mixture into the pan being careful not to splash it.Bake for 30- 45 minutes until the top is golden brown and the center passes a toothpick test.Remove from oven and allow to cool on a rack.You may invert this onto a large serving dish or Cut a piece & serve with a dollop of whipped cream

Tips :-Let it cool down or keep in a fridge for 24 hrs. when serving put hot water in a bigger bowl and keep baked flan bowl in it so that caramel should be easily come out

 

 

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