21 April 2014

Vanilla cream brulee (SRC)
















Is this time again of Secret recipe Club.
This time my asignmet was  Karen  from Cinnamon Freud I was seen interesting recipes I love but finally I choose this Vanilla cream Brulée  and is something special,  and was delicious.



Secret Recipe Club


Ingredients

6 servings

4 large egg yolks
1 teaspoon granulated sugar
1/8 teaspoon salt
2 cups  whole milk
3-inch vanilla bean 

or 2 teaspoon vanilla extract
 6 tablespoons granulated sugar
3/4 cup nonfat dry milk 


 Granulated sugar
Kitchen torch


Method
Preheat oven to 180°c

Combine egg yolks, 1 teaspoon sugar, and salt in a medium bowl. Whisk well, until slightly lighter in color. Set aside.
Cut vanilla bean in half length wise. Scrape out seeds. In a medium saucepan, combine milk, vanilla bean, vanilla bean seeds, 6 tablespoons sugar, and dry milk. Heat mixture over medium heat until it reaches 180°F, stirring occasionally with a whisk. Do not boil. Remove vanilla bean from mixture.

Gradually add hot milk to egg mixture, stirring constantly with a whisk. Divide the mixture evenly among 6 ramekins. Place ramekins in a 13 x 9-inch baking pan.
 Add hot water to pan to a depth of about 1 inch. Bake for 1 hour to 1 hour 20 minutes. The center should be set and barely move when ramekins are touched.

Remove ramekins from water bath, cool completely on a wire rack. Cover and chill for at least 2 hours to overnight.
Remove ramekins from fridge and allow to sit at room temperature for about 20 minutes. 
 Sprinkle ramekins with a layer of granulated sugar each, about 1-2 teaspoons. Carefully, use a kitchen torch on one area until it crystallizes and forms a golden crust. Rotate ramekin with a pot holder and torch new area. Repeat until all sugar has formed a crust. 

108 comments:

  1. I haven't made brûlée for ages...Your look fantastic, Gloria. :) ela@GrayApron

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  2. looks delicious!

    and I'm late! Oh dear!

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    1. Don't worry! You always come early Betsy!
      Thanks:)

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    2. I've never made cream brulee but I order it in restaurants often! So good! I need a little kitchen torch!

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    3. But I remember you have the ramequins !!
      And you would love the torch:)

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  3. Yummie, Gloria.
    Was just touring blogland and saw your post and just had to pop over for that delicious Vanilla Cream Brulee.
    I just wonder whether I could make one!!

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  4. Non ho mai fatto la creme brulè, eppure l'adoro :)
    Deliziosa con le more come decorazione.
    Un bacio

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  5. Gloria, your dishes look so yummy and pretty. I shall try making this soon.

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  6. Oh beautiful! always a favorite!
    Mary x

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  7. So delicious Gloria,I like creme brulee, this one of my favorite dessert!
    Have a nice monday
    Chantal

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  8. Ay amiga!! Contigo no hay tregua... postre rico, tras otro postre rico... Adoro la creme brulee y las tuyas quedaron de revista :)
    Un besazo y buena semana.

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    1. ay Nathy nla verdad es que quería hacer algo salado perro ya sabes que en el SRC me adapto a elegir una receta de la persona que me toca I me tincó esta además tiene la gracias que es una cream brulée sin crema lo que es raro! Y es muy buena!

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  9. Gloria, My wife and I both love creme brulee! We've never made it at home though... The best we've ever had was in a restaurant named the Owl Cafe in Appalacacola Florida. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Thanks dear David I love too and is not usual find in reastaurants here and I love this recipe!
      xxx

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  10. I love Cream Brulee and yours look so delish..

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    1. Thanks Gloria is nice to know someone with my name:)

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  11. Creme brulee is one of my very favorites! It looks incredible Gloria.

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  12. This brûlée is beautiful, Gloria. You are so talented! I could never create something this perfectly crafted! xoxo

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    1. Of course you can dear Im sure:) xoxo

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    2. Nah, I'd burn it or curl it or boil it over!! =P

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    1. mmm blackberries to be exact but Im sure you enjoy all the berries!

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    2. He means, "blueberries for blue." That's what he means, Gloria Dear.

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    3. ha he is confuss with blackberries and blueberries grumpy!!

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    4. Bah a little confusion is okay at my bay

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  14. I never made it either. Don't even know if I've tasted one.

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    1. I think you would love this Ivy!

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    2. I found little cups at the store that would be perfect for this.

      I think right now you are on my site and I am on yours. That is funny.

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  15. Ice cream creme brulee is absolutely delicious with a nice twist.......Itz tempting me.....so lovely and beautiful :)

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  16. Gloria, this is such a lovely cream brulee! I wish to have one now!

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    1. Thanks TZe! Maybe some day we can sharing the food by internet! would be awesome!!xo

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  17. un très beau dessert vraiment irrésistible
    bonne soirée

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  18. My all-time favorite dessert is creme brulee. This recipes sounds delicious and love the berries on top.

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    1. Thanks Susan I love creme brulée too:)

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  19. I think everyone loves creme brulee. looks good. Great SRC post

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    1. Thanks Stephy ! I love your recipe too!

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  20. I have never made this Gloria....but you sure make it look delicious!
    And...anybody knows those are blackberries!!! hahaha!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. Well Linda WE know lol
      But Pat maybe was thinking in bluberries:)
      XO

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  21. It looks perfect and so do your cute pots!

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    1. Thanks Monique and hope you had s nice Easter!

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  22. You always make my favorite desserts...yes, I love creme brulee, and yours look fabulous Gloria.
    Have a wonderful week my dear :D

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    1. Thanks Juliana and you always are lovely!

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  23. Oh they are so lovely - wonderful job and the berries add the perfect touch of fresh color.

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  24. Thanks Veronica I enjoyed your recipe too:)

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  25. What a wonderful SRC pick! I miss my old group!!! Hope your Easter was wonderful!!! xo

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  26. Your creme brulee looks delicious!

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  27. *Drooling*
    I've never made creme brûlée . . . I should!!!! And WITH this recipe too, yum!

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  28. looks so delicious!!! love those cute looking ramekins of urs...

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  29. Exquisite! I hope you had a wonderful Easter.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  30. One of my favorite desserts, Gloria. Good choice!

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  31. Qué rica creme brulee!!

    Y además, que diversión es usar el blow torch jajaj

    Muchos saludos, Gloria.

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    1. Si es verdad me encanta usar el splete pero hubieras que rudimentario el que tuve que usar! el otro se le había acabdo el gas:)
      gracias

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  32. My favorite dessert is creme brulee! This recipes sounds delicious, great idea the berries on top , un abbraccio !

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    1. Grazie Chiara! one of my favorites too!

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  33. Que delicia Gloria!! es un postre exquisito. Besos.

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  34. Ciao Gloria :) Amo la creme brulee e la tua è davvero invitante, deliziosa! Un abbraccio forte :) <3

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  35. Oh, Gloria! I'm drooling now looking at your cream brulee. It looks delicious and is a perfect dessert. Have an awesome week!

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  36. You're not still slaving away in the kitchen are you?
    You haven't seen me for ages!! sob sob!
    lol.
    Hope you gad a great Easter or should I say
    a Glorious Easter. Eddie xox

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    1. Ah Eddie really When Im not baking or cook Im cleaning the kitchen:)
      Always have to do something you know
      I think you were busy

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    2. But you know you come here any time and you are alwsys welcome Eddie:)

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    3. Thank you Gloria - you are a very lovely lady and I coud easily fall madly in love with you LOL
      You see if I came over I would always be teasing you and you would have to give me lots of ice cream!

      Seriously, you are most welcome at my place too. Hugs ~ Eddie

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    4. Thanks Eddie always I have tea or coffe and some treat :)

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  37. Creme Brulee is so fancy. Your photos are amazing!

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  38. This is one of my favourites dear Gloria ~ Thank you for sharing it ~

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  39. Yes me too Grace :)
    Im.happy you like!

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  40. Your Creme Brulee looks yummy. I wish I could have a taste.

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  41. Such a lovely dessert, Gloria! I have not eaten creme brulee in ages! Love this!

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  42. They look totally delicious Gloria! Creme brulee is my husband's favorite!

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  43. These creme brulees look fantastic!

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  44. What an enticing presentation Gloria. I haven't made Crème Brûlée in such a long time. Yours just looks beautiful! I'm afraid to use the torch though. Just look at the lovely job you did:) Thank you so much for sharing, Gloria...I sure wish just one of those were in front of me right now!

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    1. I love cream brulée when I begin I was afraid with the torch but not now:)
      Only you have to be carefully :)and all at home were afraid at the begin :)
      xo

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  45. J'en mangerai avec plaisir. Elles doivent être délicieuses.
    A bientôt

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  46. No sé si llego tarde, porque publicas con tanta rapidez que cuando me paso por tu "casa" ya has publicado un nuevo post! Este es maravilloso. La receta, la combinación con las moras, y la fotografía... realmente Bravo! Toda una profesional. El caramelo de la crem brulée está perfecto. Doradito, no quemado. Perfecto. Ojalá estuvieras cerca porque entonces Si que me pasaba por tu casa, y no la virtual, por la real.! Besos
    Curri

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    1. Gracias Curri es un placer siempre recibirte en mi casa:
      Mira todo depende no me amarro a veces pasa mas tiempo a veces menos.realmente cuando puedo hacerlo.
      Me encanta la cream brulee tambien.
      Ya sabes cuando vengas a Chile.nos juntamos:)

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  47. I love cream brûlée! Your recipe and photos looks delicious, this would definitely be something I would enjoy eating :)

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  48. Eso es uno de mis postres favorites y te ha salido perfecto, Gloria!
    Me encanta el toque de sabor a vainilla, sutil y delicioso.

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  49. One of my favourite desserts, Gloria, and yours looks delicious. I often order this at restaurants. Yummmm. And what plump blackberries! ✿ ☼ ✿

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  50. It looks absolutely mouthwatering!
    Kisses,dear Gloria!

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  51. Gloria....your recipes and delicious food clicks always excite our sweet tooth....there is so much creativity going into each dish you make....it is a real inspiration,thanks our friend :-)

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  52. I like how you added the berries on top. It makes a great dish look even better.

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  53. Holaa Gloria! Gran elección esta receta! Me encanta la crême brulée, y esta receta es perfecta, mmm, qué rica!! Besitos

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  54. Those are beautiful. I have to remember I have a torch.

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  55. oo la...this is wonderful...love some cream brulee...
    these look gorgeous gloria...hope you are having a great week....

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  56. Wow wonderful....looks delicious :-)

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  57. A beautiful and elegant dessert. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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