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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Leche Flan Recipe

Leche Flan/ Caramel Custard Recipe


Sweet Morning everyone!
Excitement overload!!because we are going to do trick-or treating today. My kids are been waiting for this day- we are literally counting the hours right now hahaha!wohoo! I'm excited for my kids! Talking about excitement. How about a super easy Leche Flan recipe? oh yeah! I finally posted Leche Flan recipe after almost 3 years of blogging- As you may all know, This is one of my favorite dessert next to macaroni salad and mango float. I remembered all those sweet memories with my family back home, eating and sharing Leche Flan every weekend, So, this recipe is special to me-:) To be honest, I was kinda intimidate to make Leche Flan at first, but when my craving strike. I decided to make it right there and then, so spontaneous. It also a good recipe idea if you have a lot of eggs on your fridge,  although we only need the eggyolk on this recipe, you could used the egg whites to make Pasencia Cookie which is also, by the way sooo delicious! or maybe a ham and egg white sandwich in the morning? Yum!
This recipe really work for 4 individual serving and came out just perfect! I would recommend to double the quantity for larger crowd. I love to make extra for myself for personal consumption purposes..wink:)-- It's also really good toppings for  HALO-HALO as well. Do you agree? I'm like drooling right now.. hahaha! Are you excited and ready to make some Leche Flan?  Come on! join me in my kitchen as we unfold my Leche Flan foodie escapade. I'll promise you! this is a super delicious journey!:)


 
Notes: This recipe is good for 4 individual serving. Adjust the quantity for larger crowd. Make sure that you stir the custard mixture gently to avoid air pockets on the flan ( which I didn't do on this recipe..ooops! for future reference ) Enjoy!

Ingredients:
6 Egg yolk
1 can evaporated milk
1 can condensed milk
1 teaspoon vanilla

1/4- 1/2 cup granulated sugar- caramel sauce
4 ceramic bowls/ flan molder- used whatever you have in hand.:)



Directions:

1.) In large bowl combine the egg yolk, condensed milk, evaporated milk and vanilla. Mix well until everything combine. Set aside.
Note: Mix the mixture gently to avoid bubbles on your flan.
2.)  Time to make the caramel mixture. Simply put the granulated sugar in pan, turn heat into medium low. Let the sugar melt and caramelized to perfection. Turn off the heat and we are ready to assemble our delicious flan.
 3.) Line up the ceramic bowl,  add 1-2 teaspoon of caramel sauce depending on sweet you want it to be. Pour the custard mixture evenly.
Notes: I did steaming process and Baking process. Both came out just perfect! I would personally love the baking process because I can fit all four ceramic bowls at one time. 
 4.) If you do BAKE your Leche Flan- Preheat the oven into 350 and bake for one hour. Make sure that the Leche Flan is bake with water bath. The warm water should be halfway full with the ceramic bowls.
5.) If you do STEAM- I used rice cooker on this recipe and its perfect! I did steam mine for good 1 hour.
6.) Let it cool down completely. Served the Leche Flan upside down. ENJOY!

My family love Leche Flan! and I hope yours too. They are super easy to make and so delicious! A perfect sweet treat for company coming over or just simply a treat on an ordinary day. I hope you find this recipe so scrumptious and try to make it at home.
Warning!!! This dessert is so addicting- wink!:) Share your love on this recipe by dropping a comment below.  I'll see you in few days for more awesome, delicious recipes. Keep it sweet and simple. Enjoy the rest of the day everyone!

xoxox- Melgie

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52 comments:

  1. Wow yes! I am also drooling right now. I want this. I've been wanting to make this kaso nasasayangan ako sa egg whites, buti na lng meron ka pasencia cookies, so I bookmarked it. Andami ko na kayang naiisip gawin sa Nov. 1. Lols.

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    1. This is great addition for November 1. I missed November 1 sa Pinas sarap magsindi ng candle and seeing friends and relatives.:)

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  2. I love leche flan! Your serving sizes make one control the portions of creamy goodness one can consume. I didn't know you can bake your flan!

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    1. I love leche flan too. Yup! you can totally bake the leche flan just make sure you create a water bath before baking, kinda like how you bake cheesecake. It's good- Thanks!:)

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  3. I always love leche flan and now I am craving for one. That looks so yummy and creamy sis.

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  4. I miss this one! I love it especially in halo-halo

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    1. Same here! I love it paired with halo-halo. Thanks!:)

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  5. OMG! I want some, I remember my sister in law who makes the most delicious leche flan I ever tasted.. :-)

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    1. Come over Sis, I'll make some for you:) Thanks!

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  6. I remember buying flan from my co-teacher and she had the sweetest, yummiest leche flan I've ever tasted.

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    1. I had my favorite leche flan vendor back in Pinas din. Thanks, Sis:)

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  7. I am also a big fan of leche flan. My mother used to make several llaneras of leche flan during Christmas and New Year. Thank you for sharing your recipe! :)

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    1. You're welcome Sis. I love using Llanera's as well but on this recipe. I only have one lang kasi.

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  8. I haven't tried making leche flan before but it does look easy to make. I love eating it though if I do see it selling outside.

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  9. Now that I've come back, I get to see these yummy leche flan again. Promise, to myself. I'll have to make it this weekend, but I cannot promise to eat all because I'm trying to limit na may sweets. Pero, pwedeng2 rin ibenta diba? Hehe business minded lang ang peg.

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    1. Actually that's really good idea Sis! Sell them I'm sure madaming bibili. thanks!:)

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  10. Oh, our rice cooker has a steamer! I should try that one! Thanks for the tip! I love leche flan. Good thing, my friend cooks leche flan well.

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    1. Thank you Sis:) Steamer in the rice cooker works fine:)

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    2. I have not tried it still. I should look for the instructions on how to do it on the rice cooker. I wonder how long would it take to cook. I have to consider energy vs LPG consumption. oh, I should buy a steamer.

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  11. Ooh... This looks so yummy! I love leche flan.

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  12. My family loves leche flan too. Once, when my cousin was on a diet and consumed too much egg white, we had free egg yolks regularly. And this was when my brother perfected making leche flan; the very creamy one and it was really addicting.

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    1. Yum! My family love leche flan as well. Thank you, Sis

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  13. Just wanted to stop by and wish you a wonderful weekend :)

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  14. I want to make one here at home but I want to look for duck eggs or itik eggs. The leche flan will turn more yellow than using chicken eggs.

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    1. That's good information to know. Yum! never tried those kind of eggs but I bet its delicious.

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  15. Hi sis! what do you mean by water bath in the bake process? naku hindi ko pala alam yun.. hehehe.. thanks

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    1. yung same process ng pag gawa ng cheese na ilalagay yung leche flan mixture sa baking pan na may mainit na tubig. I just heard that word by watching cooking show..heheh:) Thanks Sis

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  16. I never realized that this dessert can be cooked in varied ways. Kung may pambansang dessert, this would be my choice and the kakanins I can eat with gusto!

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    1. I love the traditional process yung steaming tulad satin but baking also pretty good. I think so too Sis. Thank you.:)

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  17. Leche flan really is a perfect dessert. :-)

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  18. I'm seeing the flan again this week and it makes me wanna make jelly for dessert.. I think I will just do that today :)

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    1. I'll be baking next week for my son's birthday. So, bake good next week Sis:) Thanks~

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  19. So yummy! I always wanted to try making a leche flan but I just didn't have the chance to. Thanks for this recipe.

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  20. Now I am craaaviiiing for leche flan!!!! I can almost taste it!

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  21. Sis, you know I already tried this! Thank you. I'm planning to make it again. :)

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    1. That's good andI ts delicious! Thank you, Sis

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