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  • NorwayForestCatLover 1 year ago about Flan in a Teacup
    Made it the first time, ended up having lots of bubbles.
    Can anyone tell me why?
    I'm pretty sure I followed every step correctly.
  • pointsevenout 3 years ago about Roasted Tomato Soup
    A good soup. A little lighter than a heavy roasted tomato flavor but still good.
    See Soup Again Ii for more detail.
  • jo_jo_ba 3 years ago about Homemade Lentil Soup
    i bet this would be fabulous with split peas too!
  • Shellyricecakes 5 years ago about Flan in a Teacup
    Actually I am making it right now, but it will NOT get hard for the life of me!! I've been steaming for quite some time now with the top a little open and on low heat. It's getting a BIT thicker... man it smells good and also looks a lot like the flan in manga/anime! But the caramel sauce gets hard VERY quickly so I don't know if I will be able to pop it out of the tea cup..

    And also mjcmcook, do not use plastic, use porcelin.
  • hagi 5 years ago about Flan in a Teacup
    Not sure if this is too late..but I made it :)

    I was a total beginner in making Flan, so the first time it came out like a poached egg. I tried to make it again, and it came out like a poached egg, then I made it another time and it finally came out alright. I learned the hard way to slowly blend the egg and not to whip it. (whipping causes bubbles to foam and holes in Flan. YUCK!)

    As for the caramel sauce, it was quite hard to make it with only 3 tsp of sugar and 1 tsp of water. I put about 8 tsp of sugar and 2 tsp of water and waited until it was brown and poured into the teacups. So a 8:2 ratio.

    I used regular ceramic teacups. I wouldn't want to make this again, the hassle of changing the temperature every few minutes really confuses me. So I would pass on this recipe and create a regular flan in the oven but I would invite anyone to try it out :)
  • lunasea 6 years ago
    Thanks for the invitation! I look forward to sharing recipes with you. :) ~Vickie
  • henrie 8 years ago
    LOL that's funny, glad you liked the Giant Cheese Danish Recipe, thanks also for the great rating. Have a Blessed Evening.
  • invisiblechef 8 years ago
    Interesting rpg game. Welcome to the site.
  • ivy 8 years ago
    Hi and welcome to this fantastic site. Hope you’ll have fun and enjoy the delicious recipes.