Please declare a day of Creme Brulee … This is a classic French dessert that is as simple as possible but incredibly delicious. Caramelized sugar forms a crisp cover and vanilla custard under cream. Moreover, this description; it can only be made with 5 ingredients.
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It consists of only 5 content; cream, sugar, eggs, vanilla and salt.
We recommend using a vanilla stick. Our dessert with simple content deserves so much attention. You can also use vanilla sugar. Peel the vanilla grains with a knife and mix with the cream in a saucepan. Start lightly heating.
Separate the yolks and white eggs while the cream is warming up. Save the whites for use in another recipe; in this recipe we only use yellows.
In the mixing bowl, add the sugar and salt together with the egg yolk and beat them all.
Heat the cream without boiling. There should be small bubbles on the edges of the cream and some steam from the surface.
Slowly pour the hot cream into the whipped egg mixture and stir as quickly as possible. This process is called “tempering” and prevents eggs from cooking. Here we want a nice, smooth custard, so this simple step is very important!
Divide the cream into Creme Brulee containers. Cool a kitchen cloth to a large baking sheet. Place the Creme Brulee containers on the cloth and fill them with water to half the containers. This process is known as a “water bath” or ain bain marie ve and ensures that your Creme Brulee is cooked gently and evenly. When you shake the Creme Brulee cups, you just have to shake the center a little. Otherwise your dessert will be undercooked and fluid.
Just before serving, sprinkle some extra sugar on top of the desserts.
And now for the fun part: take the kitchen cake and hold it on your candies. You will see that the sugar first melts, then swells and then caramelized! After a few minutes the sugar will harden and become brittle like glass.
If you don’t have pulp, you can also caramelize it close to the oven grill. You should keep an eye on him.
2 cups heavy whipping cream
1 vanilla bean
6 egg yolks (large)
1/3 cup granulated sugar
1 pinch kosher salt
1/3 cup granulated sugar (approximately) for bruleeing
Preheat the oven to 300 degrees F, and place the heavy cream in a small pot.
Split the vanilla bean with a sharp knife, scrape the seeds out, and place the seeds and the pod in the pot with the cream.
Heat the cream over low heat.
Whisk the yolks, sugar, and salt together in a medium bowl.
When the cream is hot and steamy, dribble it into the yolk mixture in a slow stream while whisking.
Place the unbaked creme brulee in a larger baking dish over a kitchen towel, and fill the larger dish with very hot water until it reaches about halfway up the creme brulee dishes.
Bake for 30 to 40 minutes, or until set around the edges but still a little wobbly towards the center.
Chill for 2 hours.
Sprinkle about a tablespoon of granulated sugar over the tops of each creme brulee, then caramelize with a brulee torch (or under the broiler) until browned.