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Put all ingredients ... knife. If the custard does not cling ... refrigerate. When ready to serve, run a knife around the edge and turn out onto serving dish.

Prepare pudding according to package instructions. Immediately add: Beat together on high speed until thoroughly mixed. Place in small dessert dishes ...

Melt, don't burn, 3/4 cup sugar until brown. Pour into mold. It will harden immediately on bottom of mold. Then mix: 2 cans milk (1%, 2%, etc.) (Use ...

Scald milk with ... hour, or until custard is set. When ... cups; allow to set, then pour strained egg mixture into each cup and cook as directed above.

Mix together well. Pour mixture into a caramelized pan. In oven preheat a large pan with water until water is very hot. Place mixture pan in water ...

Preheat oven to ... thoroughly cold. Loosen sides of flan with knife. Put plate over pan and carefully invert. Scrape all the caramel over flan. Then enjoy!

Bring milk, salt and lemon rind to a boil. Remove from heat and remove lemon rind. Add sugar, stirring until well dissolved. Let cool. Beat eggs ...

In the middle of the oven, put a pan with 1" of water. Turn the oven to 350 degrees. Put 2 cups sugar in a tube pan and caramelize over high heat on ...

Preheat oven to ... hours or until custard is set. Do ... dish and will not unmold, let sit at room temperature for a few minutes until the caramel softens.

In a small, ... individual 1 cup custard cups. Tilt so ... around edge of flan; invert cup ... mint sprig or small fresh flower. Makes six 1/2 cup servings.


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