Leche Asada




Introduction: Leche Asada

About: Hi! my name is Felipe, an I live in Colombia, wich is my byrth country, I am part of the Geek comunity, wich means that I am aficionated with Internet an technology, by the way, I play the piano, and I'm very …

This is a Colombian milk flan, is very tasty and easy to make.

Step 1: What Will You Need?

you will need:
-1tbsp essenceof Vanilla
-1 1/2 cup sugar
-1liter milk
-6 eggs
-1 tbsp cinnamon

Step 2: Preheat the Oven

Preheat the oven at 250 C

Step 3: Make the Caramel

Put 1 cup of sugar in the pan, at high fire until it melts, move it with a spoon so it doesn't burn

Step 4: Eggs

In a bowl stir 6 eggs till they are bubbly.

Step 5: Milk

Heat the milk, but do not boil it, if you boil it the eggs wil cook and damage the flan.

Step 6: Mix Eggs and Milk

Mix the eggs with the milk and stir it slowly, until it has a uniform color

Step 7: Put the Caramel

Meanwhile, the caramel should be ready, put it in the mold and spread it.

Step 8: Cinnamon, Vannella and Sugar

-1tbsp essenceof Vanilla
-1 tbsp cinnamon
-1/2 cup sugar
and mix it together

Step 9: Prepare to Put It Into the Oven

Pour the flan over the caramel

Step 10: Let It Cook!

Put it in the oven by 40 minutes or till it is golden

Step 11: Von Apetit!

Done! now eat it with a hot Colombian coffee
Café  cOlOmBiAnO!!!!

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    10 years ago on Introduction

    Is this basically the same as a flan recipe and flavor?

    Andreus Felipen
    Andreus Felipen

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Yes and no. You could buy this as a flan powder in a store. This recepie is for making the flan all by yourself.


    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I will definatly have to try this.


    10 years ago on Step 2

    Reference point for American (or Liberian!) readers, 250°C is roughly 480°F. This seems sort of high to me, but I've not got any experience making flan, so what do I know.


    Reply 10 years ago on Step 2

    And it really bothers me for some reason that the degree symbol didn't work right there.