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Re: Leche Flan
« Reply #140 on: November 30, 2013, 01:47:54 PM »
paano ba ang recipe na parang magmemelt parin ang leche flan pag kinain pero whole eggs ang gamit??? pa-share naman ng recipe.. nasasayangan kasi ako sa egg white... balak ko sana gawing small time business this Christmas... pahelp naman po  :'(


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« Reply #141 on: January 01, 2014, 03:02:49 AM »

while caramelizing the sugar, nasunog ko the first time so hindi ko ginamit but then ang dami kong nasunog na asukal and nasayang lang. Now konti na lang sugar ko natira for next attempt kaya konti lang caramel ko... now nakasalang na yung leche flan sa oven at nag-be-bake tapos ngayon lang dumating yung pinabiling bagong asukal.

Paano ko ihahabol ang dagdag na caramel syrup? Ibuhos ko sa lutong leche flan na nabaligtad na while mainit pa? Or ibuhos ko sa na-refrigerate ng leche flan na nabaligtad na? kasi mainit yun di ba? pag pinalamig naman titigas!



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Re: Leche Flan
« Reply #142 on: January 04, 2014, 04:58:38 AM »
sisses, panu ba yung leche flan na may konting tigas? pero konti lang naman..

yung ginawa ko kasi this New Year, eh pagkalagay sa dila ko parang natunaw siya agad. literal na melted in my mouth sa sobrang lambot niya. gusto ko ma-achieve yung parang sa chowking na consistency.

pero yung sa akin naman, buo pa rin pag nilipat ng lalagyan, hindi naman siya nasisira.. pag kinain lang nagmmelt.

saka tisoy yung leche flan ko.. gusto ko mejo moreno eh.  ;D
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Re: Leche Flan
« Reply #143 on: January 04, 2014, 10:51:58 AM »
Our Leche Flan only uses 1 whole egg and the rest, yold lang. we also put vanilla extract para mabango. my mom also strains it really well para no bubbles but we like it better na bubbly for some reason


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Re: Leche Flan
« Reply #144 on: January 20, 2014, 10:31:30 AM »
sisses, panu ba yung leche flan na may konting tigas? pero konti lang naman..

yung ginawa ko kasi this New Year, eh pagkalagay sa dila ko parang natunaw siya agad. literal na melted in my mouth sa sobrang lambot niya. gusto ko ma-achieve yung parang sa chowking na consistency.

pero yung sa akin naman, buo pa rin pag nilipat ng lalagyan, hindi naman siya nasisira.. pag kinain lang nagmmelt.

saka tisoy yung leche flan ko.. gusto ko mejo moreno eh.  ;D

add a little cooking time sis... ang alam ko mas malabot ang steamed compare sa baked leche flan


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Re: Leche Flan
« Reply #145 on: March 24, 2014, 10:00:37 AM »
I tried this recipe and masarap siya, smooth ang leche flan


    12 egg yolks (from large eggs)
    1  can  condensed milk
    1  can evaporated milk
    9 tablespoons sugar (brown)
**Para sa 3 llanera ito

    In each llanera, place 3 tablespoons sugar. Set llanera over low heat until sugar is melted and golden. Using tongs, move llanera repeatedly over flames to prevent sugar from burning and to distribute melting liquid on bottom of mold . Remove from heat and allow caramel to cool and harden.
    In a medium bowl, combine egg yolks, evaporated milk and condensed milk. Gently stir in a circular motion until blended. With a cheesecloth, strain egg-milk mixture. Pour strained mixture into prepared llaneras.
    Cover llaneras with foil and arrange in a wide, oven-safe dish with about 1-inch of water (water bath). Bake in a 375 F oven for about 50 minutes to 1 hour or until toothpick inserted in the middle of custard comes out clean. Remove from oven, allow to cool and refrigerate to set. To serve, turn flan over on a serving plate, ending with caramel on top.


Never beat the egg-milk mixture but stir gently in one circular motion to prevent bubbles. The real secret to smooth and creamy leche flan is straining the egg-milk mixture with a cheesecloth before pouring into molds.
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Re: Leche Flan
« Reply #146 on: July 14, 2014, 09:30:49 PM »
Try this mga sis,

for beginners sha, saka yung servings dito pang konti lang... para lang masubukan..
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Re: Leche Flan
« Reply #147 on: July 18, 2014, 11:52:05 PM »
My experiment is a success. Since I don't have a steamer and I really wanted to have leche flan, I baked one using my trusty old oven toaster. I just added water to the pan that goes with it and baked for 45 minutes... Oh, I made use of whole eggs since I'm not in the mood for egg whites omelette. And I used a blender to mix my eggs, milk and cream... Not bad for a first timer 😄


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Re: Leche Flan
« Reply #148 on: August 04, 2014, 01:36:15 PM »
here's mine..gamit ko din ang recipe na to for my custard cake :)

4 whole egg (lagi akong gumagamit ng hand mixer to make sure na well beaten ang egg)
1 can condensed milk
1 can evap milk (or same amount of coconut milk - sometimes I am craving for coconut flan)
a tsp of vanilla (or same amount of any citrus zest)

sugar for caramel.

...kung gusto nyo ng extra creaminess at ok lang ang extra calories add din kayo ng cream cheese, mga same amount ng cond. milk plus 1 egg...

cooking time: 1 hour since I am using induction stove, pos 80 lang temp...
kung sa oven naman, 175C for 50 mins :)
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Re: Leche Flan
« Reply #149 on: October 29, 2015, 03:46:29 PM »
mga sis may napanood ako sa tv, they used blender to mix egg and milk.. okay ba talaga yung ganon?
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Re: Leche Flan
« Reply #150 on: March 29, 2016, 06:44:22 AM »
pinakafavorite dessert ko talaga ang leche flan kaya inaral ko gawin. sarap na sarap ang family ko esp my husband (bf then) kapag gumagawa ako neto. here is my recipe which was shared to me by my Tita:

12 egg yolks (the more the merrier. 4 llanera lang kasi nagagawa ko dito)
1 big can evap
1 big can condensed milk
vanilla extract (optional)
sugar (brown sugar)

haluin lang lahat ng egg yolks, evap milk and condensed milk sa 1 bowl. haluing mabuti and siguraduhing walang bubbles.

patakan ng vanilla extract (di ko pa talaga natry maglagay ng vanilla extract.

iwan after. dun naman sa llanera, maglagay ng 2-3 kutsara ng brown sugar. tapos idaan sa apoy hanggang matunaw. yun na yung  magiging caramel sa ibabaw ng leche flan. wag masyado malakas yung apoy kasi masusunog yung asukal.

after tunawin yung asukal, isalin na sa llanera yung leche flan mixture. mga 3/4 lang para wag tumapon. balutin pala ng foil after.

ilagay na sa steamer. pakuluin hanggang maluto. you may check from time to time using toothpick if luto na yung leche flan. pag medyo matigas na sya (or nakaset na) pede na:)

ilagay na sa ref and kainin pag malamig na :p

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Re: Leche Flan
« Reply #151 on: March 31, 2016, 04:34:56 AM »
Hirap na hirap din ako sa recipe na 'to, gusto ko yung sa chowking leche flan sobrang masarap napaka solid
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