Tuesday, April 10, 2018

How to Make Japanese Custard Flan

        Last month, I made Japanese flan, which is called purin (プリン) in Japan. When I lived in Japan, I sometimes purchased Japanese flan at convenience stores such as creamy custard flan, coffee flan and matcha flan. This time, I made custard flan, and it turned out really perfect flan which tasted like one I used to purchase in Japan! Today, I'm going to share how to make Japanese custard flan with you. :)  

Ingredients (5 Servings)
7 fl oz (200 ml) of Whipping Cream
7 fl oz (200 ml) of Milk
7 Tablespoons of Sugar
6 Egg Yolks (Beaten) 

Garnish
Whipped Heavy Cream



1. Put whipping cream, milk and sugar in a sauce pan, and warm up the mixture on the stove. Stir constantly. Turn off the stove when the mixture is as warm as body temperature.



2. Beat egg yolks. Mix egg yolks and the mixture. Stir them well with a whisk.  




3. Strain the mixture through a fine tea strainer into custard cups.
 



4. Cover the cups with foil.



5. Pour the hot water into the large pan. The water is about 1/2 inch deep. Place the cups into the pan.



6. Cover the lid. Bring the water to a boil, and simmer it over low heat for 10 minutes.



7. Turn off the heat and wait for another 10 minutes.



8. Take off the cups from the pan. Let them cool in room temperature. Then, chill the cups for over four hours in the refrigerator. 
 


9. Garnish with whipped heavy cream. Enjoy!



      By the way, this is my video, How to Make Creamy Japanese Coffee Flan. Making coffee flan is also easy! ;)



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