Easy Tasty Milk Pudding

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This tasty recipe is called "Flan Di Latte" in Italy, and "Flan de Leche" in Spain. It's a super easy (and super tasty) pudding of milk and eggs. That "Flan" is widespread in Spain, Sardinia (Italy), Argentina and Philippines. You can add marmelades and fresh fruits (strawberries, blackbarries, etc) to enrich the dish. Enjoy this instructable and enjoy this recipe. Contact me if you have questions about the dessert, and please rate it good if you like it.

You can follow that Instructable or just watch this video tutorial:


Enjoy this Easy and Tasty recipe!

Step 1: You Need

You Need:
- 8 eggs
- 1 lt milk
- sugar

an electric egg beater is also recommended :)

Step 2: Warm the Milk and Crack the Eggs

Warm the milk at very low heat (you can add lemon zest or vanilla bean at this time).
Crack 8 eggs into a plastic bowl and "add a spoon of sugar for every egg" (8 eggs = 8 spoons).

Step 3: Mix, Add the Milk and Keep Mixing

Mix very well for 10-15 minutes using the beater
When it's "ready" it looks more or less like the picture (very homogeneous).
Add the hot milk at this time, and keep mixing until the mixture loks VERY "foamy".

Step 4: Preheat the Oven

Preheat the oven at 180ºC (356ºF)
and
Fill 2 casseroles with warm water

Step 5: Fill the Moulds

Pour a thin layer of caramel into every pudding mould.
Fill the moulds with the "foamy mixture", then put them into the casseroles.

Step 6: Bake It !

Bake in the pre-heated ventilated oven at 180ºC (356ºF) for 30 minutes

Step 7: Remove and Let Chill

Remove the desserts from the oven and let them chill to the open air for half an hour.
Then, put them into the fridge for at least 1 hour.

Step 8: The Flan Di Latte Is READY!

The Flan Di Latte is Ready!

Keep the desserts in the fridge and remove it just when you want to eat it :)

Note: it goes very well with any marmelade and fresh fruit. You can also add more caramel and dredge icing sugar ;)

If something wasn't much clear or just if you want to watch a video-tutorial about this recipe, here there's a clip showing how to cook it "step by step":


Thank You for Your Attention! and Enjoy this recipe ;)

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    kyawesome2001

    3 years ago

    Dude this thing tastes really eggy and bad I think you should add 6, 5 or 4 eggs instead of 8.

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    kanta

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Dear Instructtable,

    I am new at your blog. Got the recipe of pudding. I wish to make the liquid caramel or liquid brown sugar you have poured from the bottle. Please help me how to make it .
    I always make Milk+ Egg + Sugar pudding in my Pressure Cooker. Never used Oven. Actually I can not cook in oven. Though my Pudding always turns tasty and good. Still I am looking for some new Pudding Recipes. One thing : when I make Pudding in home I generally caramel the sugar or brown the sugar following:

    At First I heat the mould . Then put sugar in the mold or box. Low the heat . When the sugar start melting I spread the liquid all over the mould or box by moving it. The sugar turns brown. Then I let it Cool & Sticks. After that I pour the milk +egg+sugar mixture on the browned sugar . Close the box tight and steam it in Pressure cooker.

    Now I wonder should I add water when brown or caramel the sugar? ALSO if I can store the liquid for futuer use?

    Thanks
    Kanta

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    fegundez1kanta

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I make caramel by taking sweetened condensed milk and heating it in hot water for about an hour. This makes a really good sauce to use in puddings or over ice cream etc.

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    kantafegundez1

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Dear fegunde,

    I want the method/ recipe of the "Caramel- Dessert" you have used to make the color on pudding.

    Thanks
    Kanta

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    kantafegundez1

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Dear fegunde,

    I am not clear about the precedure. Please give me the method in details. Should I mix the condensed milk with hot water and cook it in high /medium heat on gas stove until the red caramel color come out. Please advise.

    Thanks
    kanta

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    kanta

    7 years ago on Step 5


    Dear Instructtable,

    I am new at your blog. Got the recipe of pudding. I wish to make the liquid caramel or liquid brown sugar you have poured from the bottle. Please help me how to make it .
    I always make Milk+ Egg + Sugar pudding in my Pressure Cooker. Never used Oven. Actually I can not cook in oven. Though my Pudding always turns tasty and good. Still I am looking for some new Pudding Recipes. One thing : when I make Pudding in home I generally caramel the sugar or brown the sugar following:

    At First I heat the mould . Then put sugar in the mold or box. Low the heat . When the sugar start melting I spread the liquid all over the mould or box by moving it. The sugar turns brown. Then I let it Cool & Sticks. After that I pour the milk +egg+sugar mixture on the browned sugar . Close the box tight and steam it in Pressure cooker.

    Now I wonder should I add water when brown or caramel the sugar? ALSO if I can store the liquid for futuer use?

    Thanks
    Kanta

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    b1russell

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Looks good - but, um, how do I make it chocolate?  Use chocolate milk?  Add cocoa?  Or is that somehow sacrilegious?

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    arhodes18

    8 years ago on Introduction

     until you actually bake it, it is very similar to the recipe for egg nog.

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    love2die100

    8 years ago on Introduction

    I have tried it myself it turned out delicious nothing was left ,we will try it again.
    thx4sharing.
    best regards from germany-Berlin

    here in the Philippines, we call that "Leche Flan" (milk flan)... it's really good, specially if you only use the egg yolks not the whole eggs...:D

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    DANCERMACHINE

    10 years ago on Introduction

    That's similar to what we call "leche asada" (roasted milk) but instead of beating the mix, you only mix them, it's really good. the other version its almost the same, but it goes bain marie into the oven and covered by foil paper. both are tasty.

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    shooby

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Great instructable! I've only made this using condensed milk, I didn't know it could be made easily with such simple ingredients. Although, you do then need an egg beater, which I don't have. Try it by hand I guess, how would a blender work?

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    Sharkushooby

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    a blender would work fine just it i think all of it wont fit ;) heres my edited version of these things: 1 egg 125 ml milk 1.5 tbsp sugar dash of vanilla extract caramel makes 8 times less of original recipe

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    tercero

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Beautifully presented. My great grandmother used to make the best custard pie. Made with heavy cream and full lard pastry. Heart attack on a plate, but it was really the same recipe. Comfort food at its best.

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    Shifrin

    10 years ago on Introduction

    This looks Great!, I thik I'm going to use custard cups though. ~Shifrin

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    qwerty90210

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Hey, could you make this into like a word document. (Internet doesn't work at mom's house) I love the 4 ingredient shopping list!

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    Darnit! You reminded me of Creme Caramel, Which reminded me of Creme Brulee, And now I want Creme Brulee!!! *pouts*

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    LMO

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Consider this done! Thanksgiving will be very tasty!