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Dec 18

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Yes, You Can Make a Dessert

Crème Caramel

½ l full fat milk

300 g sugar

4 egg yolk

1 whole egg

Vanilla essence

Nutmeg 5 cl Rum (optional, to taste)

Water

Put 200 g sugar into a saucepan and add 3cl (2 table spoons) of water.

Heat until the sugar is melted and turning golden brown.

Pour 2 tablespoons of caramel in each of 4 small ramekins or soufflé dishes.

Allow to harden inside the ramekins.

Mix the 4 egg yolk and the whole egg with the milk, add 100 g of the sugar and whip until the sugar is fully dissolved in the mix. Pour the mix on top of the hardened caramel inside the ramekins.

Pre-heat the oven at 120 degrees Celsius. The ramekins have to stand in water on a hors d’oeuvre dish (or a deep baking tray); the water should cover the lower half of the ramekins.

Bake on the lower shelf of the oven for 30 minutes.

Remove and place in the refrigerator for 2 hours.

To serve, pass a knife around the inner edges of the ramekins and turn upside down, placing both crème and sauce on dessert plates.

Enjoy Your Home Made Dessert!

- Chef Victor

Restaurant

7 Ganges Street

Maitama. Abuja

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