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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Foodie Friday!!!

Thank you to Designs by Gollum for hosting Foodie Friday!!!
Love this Creme Brulee!!!
The recipe is from the chef at the Ritz Carlton in Laguna Niguel, California.
I've had this recipe for 20 years.
It makes the best Creme Brulee ever!!!
Try it... you'll love it!!!

Creme Brulee
Ingredients
1 quart cream
7 egg yolks
2 eggs
6 oz sugar (1 oz = 2 T)
vanilla extract (3/4 t)
oven temperature 350 degrees
Boil cream, add vanilla. Mix the egg yolks, eggs and sugar in a bowl with a whisk. Pour in hot cream while mixing very fast. Fill up each cup with the filling. Cook in the oven in a roasting pan filled with simmering water about halfway up the side of the cups. Cook for 35 to 45 minutes. When done let cool then refrigerate. When ready to serve let stand at room temperature for 15 to 20 minutes. Sprinkle sugar on top and broil until sugar carmelizes. Watch closely as sugar burns easily.
Yummy!!!


Happy Foodie Friday everyone!!!

Lots of Love!!!

Cathy

11 comments:

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oh, Cathy, that looks heavnly! Thanks for sharing this special recipe with us! And I love your tablescape, too. Cute little bunny and pretty white flowers... what are they? I love them! They make a lovely arrangement.

Happy Foodie Friday...

XO,

Sheila :-)

Foley said...

I just started making different creme brulee's so I will be definitley be keeping this one for my list... Great post

Gollum said...

I've never made creme brulee, so I am thrilled to find your recipe. Your dishes and chocolate bunny are gorgeous.

Chandy said...

My hubby and I love Creme Brulee! Thanks for sharing!

Meme said...

How wonderful! One of my favorite desserts!

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

That brulee looks so delicious, and you made it sound fairly easy. I'm going to have to save this recipe and try it. That bunny with the basket on his back is soooo cute! Your blog looks so pretty. I knew when I saw your header, I was going to enjoy my tour of this blog. Thank you for visiting my blog and for leaving a sweet comment. I'll be back to visit often. laurie

bj said...

I can't even begin to tell you how thrilled I am to get this amazing recipe. My sweet son in law loves Creme Brulee...I am going to be so loved when I fix this for him!! Is it hard to make..I mean, is there anything I should know before I make it?
Thanks so much...bj

Kristen said...

Yum yum ~ I love Creme Brulee, but haven't made it in years. This recipe sounds wonderful!

Cathy said...

bj,
The recipe is super easy. I started making it before I could barely cook. The only hint might be to be sure and keep stirring as you are mixing hot and cold ingredeients together so the eggs wont scramble. However, if that happens you can always strain the mixture before you put it in the cups. Thank so much for stopping by. Good luck.
XOXO Cathy

Lori (All That Splatters) said...

Creme brulee is my absolute favorite dessert. So decadent! Great recipe and beautiful photos!

Melissa Miller said...

Oh my I LOVE Creme Brulee'!
I'm trying this one for sure. :)

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