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This is very easy and great for 2 people.Relatively high in fat but won't hurt occasionally! Flan for two 5 tablespoons sugar 1/2 cup light cream 2 egg yolks 1 teaspoon vanilla Heat 4 tablespoons of sugar over low heat in a small skillet until it is melted and forms an amber-colored liquid.Pour at once into 5 ounce custard cups.Turn and tip to coat the bottom and sides with the caramel. Beat remaining sugar with cream,egg yolks and vanilla and pour into custard cups.Place cups in small baking pan-pour in boiling water to a 1 inch depth. Bake @ 350 degrees for 35 minutes or until a knife inserted 1/2 inch from edge,comes out clean.Remove and chill several hours or overnight.To unmold,loosen custard from around edge with small spatula.Cover dish with serving plate,turn upside down,shaking gently to release custard. -----------------------Submitted by suzanne in Inverness florida houses@xtalwind.net

Flan for Two


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This is very easy and great for 2 people.Relatively high in
fat but won't hurt
occasionally!
Flan for two

5 tablespoons
sugar
1/2 cup
light cream
2
egg yolks
1 teaspoon
vanilla

Heat 4 tablespoons of
sugar over low heat in a small skillet until
it is melted and forms an amber-colored liquid.Pour at once into 5 ounce
custard
cups.Turn and tip to
coat the bottom and sides with the
caramel.
Beat remaining sugar with cream,egg yolks and vanilla and pour into custard
cups.Place cups in small
baking pan-pour in boiling water to a 1 inch depth.
Bake @ 350 degrees for 35 minutes or until a knife inserted 1/2 inch from
edge,comes out
clean.Remove and chill several hours or overnight.To
unmold,loosen custard from around edge with small spatula.Cover dish with
serving plate,turn upside down,shaking gently to release
custard.
-----------------------Submitted by suzanne in Inverness florida
houses@xtalwind.net



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