Crème Brûlée

AuthorDawna
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Yields2 Servings

 200 ml Liquid whole cream (30% at least)
 45 g Egg yolkjust under 3 egg yolks
 15 g Erythritol
 1 Vanilla pod
 Sukrin GoldAlternative to brown sugar

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1

Place the cream in a bowl with the splitted and scraped vanilla pod. Leave to infuse overnight (not compulsory but provides a more vanilla flavor).

2

Place the vanilla cream on the heat and bring to a simmer.

3

Combine the yolks and the sugar and mix (there is no need to blanch the mixture)

4

Pour the warm cream over the egg yolk / sugar mixture, filtering the vanilla pod using a fine colander and mix.
Do not throw away the vanilla pod, rinse it with water and then dry it. You can then grind it into a powder and use it in your desserts.

5

Leave to stand for 5 minutes then remove the foam that has formed on the surface using a spoon (this will lead to a smooth cream after going to the fridge)

6

Serve in ramekins and place in the fridge for a few hours.

7

Cover with brown sugar and caramelize with a blowtorch or using the grill of your oven (230°C at the highest position).
The sukrin gold will become transparent before caramelizing, do not be surprised.

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Ingredients

 200 ml Liquid whole cream (30% at least)
 45 g Egg yolkjust under 3 egg yolks
 15 g Erythritol
 1 Vanilla pod
 Sukrin GoldAlternative to brown sugar

Directions

1

Place the cream in a bowl with the splitted and scraped vanilla pod. Leave to infuse overnight (not compulsory but provides a more vanilla flavor).

2

Place the vanilla cream on the heat and bring to a simmer.

3

Combine the yolks and the sugar and mix (there is no need to blanch the mixture)

4

Pour the warm cream over the egg yolk / sugar mixture, filtering the vanilla pod using a fine colander and mix.
Do not throw away the vanilla pod, rinse it with water and then dry it. You can then grind it into a powder and use it in your desserts.

5

Leave to stand for 5 minutes then remove the foam that has formed on the surface using a spoon (this will lead to a smooth cream after going to the fridge)

6

Serve in ramekins and place in the fridge for a few hours.

7

Cover with brown sugar and caramelize with a blowtorch or using the grill of your oven (230°C at the highest position).
The sukrin gold will become transparent before caramelizing, do not be surprised.

Crème Brûlée

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