When I watch the French movie âAmelie,â one of her lovely favorites is the sugar in the creme brulee! It's like waking up. Creme brulee is one of France's signature desserts! When I pick up a spoon and break it, the sweet and soft custard cream hidden inside is amazing. When you scoop it all over the small cutlery and put it in your mouth, the sweet cream blends with the crispy, broken, hard pieces of sugar that makes a loud noise.
I used to enjoy creme brulee as a dessert at a cafe or restaurant! I was always disappointed with the sweetness left in my mouth after emptying a small bowl! Today, I'm going to introduce a creme brulee recipe that you can easily follow at home along with Spoons!
Preparing and making materials
500g fresh cream, 5 egg yolks, 75g sugar, vanilla oil, butter
Making custard cream
Mix the cream with vanilla oil and bring to a boil while stirring over low heat.
Add the sugar to the separated yolks and mix evenly.
Once the cream has been boiled, let it cool and mix it with the egg yolk containing the sugar.
Strain the mixture of egg yolk and cream through a sieve once.
Bake in the oven
Grease an ovenproof bowl with butter and put the dough in it,
Bake in a preheated 160 â oven for 30 minutes.
Let the baked dough cool completely in the refrigerator.
After putting an appropriate amount of sugar on the top of the creme brulee,
Lightly bake the sugar on top with a blowtorch.
Top with a variety of fruits.
Tuck the sweet sugar clothes! Once broken, the crÃ¨me brÃ»lÃ©e filled with soft custard cream is ready!