This recipe makes four cups.
Ingredients: Flan: *4 Teacups/Mugs *1 3/4 cups of milk *5 tbl. sugar *3 eggs *1tsp. vanilla
Caramel Sauce: *3 tbl. sugar *1tbl. water
Directions: First, put milk and sugar on low heat on the stove. Stir well as the sugar melts and make sure it doesn’t boil. When sugar is completely melted, let it cool. In a bowl, break the eggs and stir VERY well. Slowly pour the milk-sugar into the eggs. And vanilla and stir. Pour this mix through a strainer/sifter. This will make the flan smoother.
Make the caramel sauce by putting the sugar and water in a small pot. Stir the ingredients together until sugar is completely absorbed by the water. Put this on low heat and do NOT touch it. Wait until it turns brown, then stir and put it into the 4 teacups.
After you put in the sauce, add the flan mix into each cup too. To cook, put water in a pot and put a steamer above it. Turn on high heat and make the water steam. When water starts steaming, put the cups in. Be careful, it’s really hot at this point. After 2 to 3 minutes, lower the heat and cook for another 13-15 minutes. Let a little steam out by moving the lid to the side. Make the heat is low. If you put a towel under the lid, the water won’t get in the flan. When you think it’s done, poke a hole, and if juice doesn’t come out, it’s done! You can eat it then or cool it and put in a fridge. You can enjoy this with whipped cream and fruit.
~RECIPE COMING OUT SOON~
This recipe is from my favorite manga series, Kitchen Princess. This is by the easiest and most manageable flan recipe I’ve seen!
Back in February, I decided to grow a lemon tree!
Here was my blog post from then —>https://kikiparrfun.wordpress.com/2014/02/13/growing-lemons/
(And sorry for the bad picture!! My camera isn’t exactly the best..)
- ½ cup of butter
- 1 ¾ cups of all-purpose flour
- 1 cup of sugar
- 2 ½ teaspoons baking powder
- 1 egg
- ¾ cup milk
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Place butter in mixing bowl and sift dry ingredients over top. Mix together. Add ½ cup of milk and egg, beat with electric mixer until dry ingredients completely moistened. Add remaining milk and vanilla and beat. Start putting mixture in.
Cupcake, cake, or whatever, put liners down!!
For cupcakes, only fill the each cupcake a little further than halfway.
QUICK REMINDER–> The poetry is NOT over yet! We’ve been busy lately, and we have room for more entries!! The NEW due date is: May 20th, 2014!! Keep scrolling down for more info!!
Since the blog is still quite new, we are modifying some things. Sorry for all of the fuss!
Writers! It’s nearly time for the due date!! We’ll still be accepting entries throughout the week. For more info, go to https://kikiparrfun.wordpress.com/2014/03/11/poetry-writing-contest/ or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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These are my favorite cupcakes, a good starter for beginner bakers! Not only good, but easy and fun to make^^
(Sorry.. Never had time to take a picture of these! Here’s what it sorta looks like..)
Picture Source: http://semisweetie.com/cupcake-recipe/easy-perfect-vanilla-cupcakes/
My new jam! Elizaveta is my all-time favorite artist, and just give it a try! Her genre is as I call it ‘opera pop’. Hero is one of her latest songs, and I’m not surprised at how amazing it is!
So, apparently today’s the first day of spring. And I’m super excited. Spring is my absolute FAVORITE season!! Why? When I think about spring, I think about the sunlight shining through the leaves, the flowers starting to bloom, that whiff of fresh air…. *sigh* So, what I’m planning to do this spring is plant my own garden, right outside of my house!! How does that sound?