Flan

Flam (or flan in Spanish) is a dish whose popularity in Spain cuts across all borders. You can hardly avoid coming across it at some point during a stay in Barcelona, especially if you happen to visit one of the hundreds of bars and restaurants offering a reasonably priced menu del dia. The wobbly milk-and-egg custard with a crown of caramel is one of the most memorable finishes to a meal. It is normally prepared in individual metal pots known as flaneras, specially made for the purpose. Since they can be difficult to find outside Spain, individual-size ramekins or small custard cups may be substituted.Serve with a light, honeyed dessert wine from Navarre.
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Sialia
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February 28, 2014
Ability level:Advanced
Cooks for:1 to 2 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Sooo decadent
February 28, 2014
Been trying to come up with recipes for all the eggs my chickens keep generously giving me. This was excellent, I have to admit I used 1/2 cup sugar the first time and 1/4 cup sugar the second time I made this and both times it was still so good my husband and I can't quit eating it. I am making more today :)
Pros: Easy, Adaptable, Will Make Again
Cons: too much sugar