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    Sunday, August 18, 2013

    Baked Leche Flan


    This is very simple and economical leche flan but still so yummy.

    Ingredients for 6-8 servings:
    1 cup condensed milk
    4 eggyolks
    3/4 cup fresh or evaporated milk
    2 tablespoon sugar ( for caramel)  the amount of sugar depends upon the shape and size of your mold.

    Procedure:
    1. Combine the milks and yolks then mix well until fully combined. Set aside. Set the oven at 180 degrees celcius to preheat it.
    2. Melt the sugar in a molder then let it cool, pour in the milk and yolk mixture.

    3. To bake it get a big baking pan then put water in it ( water that is enough to steam the leche flan)then put the leche flan that we are going to cook in the molder, cover it with aluminum foil and bake for 20 minutes or until done.





    4. When it is done, let it cool then refrigerate, remove from the molder then slice and serve.


    Note: You can also use a steamer for this if oven is not available, just steam for 45 minutes or until done over medium heat.


    If using a normal oval llanera just bake or steam it for 15 minutes 
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    54 comments:

    1. what is the purpose of putting water?

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      1. so that it will not be dry and burn, we just need the steaming effect thats why we need to put water.

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    2. Wow, it is raining LECHE FLAN! yEY!!!

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    3. love it.....my fav

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    4. D ba malansa ang egg' if not separated from white part of egg' must put an extract or dayap' which is effective po. What is the proper ratio of egg:condensed:evap:sugar to be used? Thanks

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    5. Hindi naman kasama ang egg white dito, eggyolks lang, if you can read the ingredients andiyan lahat ng measurement at walang evaporated milk.

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    6. Thank you for posting this, coz' when I saw your eggless leche flan and don't have gelatine powder, then that's the time I was searching it here...It's great!!!

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      1. You are welcome, I hope you will try this, its really yummy :-).

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    7. pag wala pong oven kahit sa steamer lng?

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    8. I'm so excited to try this recipe! How many ounces is the can of condensed milk you used? Also do I just cover the leche flan mold and the pan of water? Thanks for sharing!

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    9. Good luck :-). I used 14 ounces of condensed milk, cover only the leche flan. You are welcome.
      Thank for visiting my blog.

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    10. What kind of sugar did you use? If it was granulated sugar, then why is it brown? Did you use brown sugar?

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      1. I used white sugar, allow it to caramelized and wait for it to be brownish, try it and see for your self :-)

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    11. hello po.... na try ko po pero sobrang tamis.... ganito po talaga ito?

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      1. opo matamis po ito, pero ito kasi ang gusto ng aking pamilya, pwede mo po sigurong dagdagan ng eggyolks next time then evaporated milk.

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    12. yummy! but i cannot perfect this recipe!

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    13. masarap palaman sa pandesal..try nyo po

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      1. Sarap po talaga basta may kape na medyo mapait tapos kinakain mo pandesal na may leche flan best ever pampataba

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    14. What's the best way to melt sugar or how do you do it?

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      1. I put the sugar in the molder, then put it on the stove and melt it directly there without adding water. Look at the picture in the Procedure #2

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      2. I've tried putting the llanera in the over at mildly strong heat--result was good because the caramelization was even

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    15. Hi! Just viewed your page and your leche flan looks yummy! how big is your mold in these pictures?

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      1. Sorry I do not know the exact measurement, it's the small mold for the chiffon cake.

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    16. try imix ng calamansi skin sa milk at yolk for the vanilla effect. strain po ang mixture para alisin ang skin. yon pong hilaw at green na calamansi.the best! i miss my mom!!

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    17. gustong gusto ko to.!!!!

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    18. Can you automatically post on my wall, In face book any time you have a recipe. Thanks, love all your recipes. Rose sybico

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      1. Sorry I think we dont have that option, but as soon as we sort all the things here we will put the subscribe button. thanks for visiting my site. God bless

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    19. Mam meron po ba kyong recipe na pwedeng gamitan ng egg white?pra po hindi masayang kapag ginamit lang ang eggyolks..tnx

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      1. meron pero di ko pa napopost, gaya ng meringue, braso de mercedez, pwede mo rin ilagay sa sarciado, pasensya na I will work on it very soon, God willing.

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    20. When you say one big can of condense milk, is that the regular size can?

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    21. I have questions:

      1. What do you mean by big can of condensed milk? this is very subjective. what is the exact amount.

      2. steam for around 40 -50 or until done. How will I know if it is done?

      Best Regards.

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    22. there are only 2 kinds of can in condensed milk packaging the small can and big can, the big can is 390 grams.
      you will know it is done, when you insert a toothpick in it and it comes
      out clean, no lumps at all.

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    23. YOU'RE SOOOO GREAT MELY! FOR ME YOU'RE A GREAT, GREAT HELP FOR MY GERMAN FAMILY,MY RECEPIES ARE SO MONOTONOUS; I NEED VARIATION...THEN YOU COME! GOD BLESS YOU!!!

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    24. awwwwwwwww your message is touching, thanks a lot, and you are welcome.

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    25. love it po! i really wanted to try baking a leche flan. im glad i stumble in your blog :) God Bless!

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    26. In Norway you can buy syrup in box light or dark. I use that instead of making syrup from scratch & actually don't need to cover with aluminium foil, turned out to be fine.

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    27. So yummy...sa totoo lang po halos na try ko na bawat share nyo ng recipe...maraming salamat po sa pag share...more power and God bless...

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    28. pde po ito lutuin sa microwave?

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      1. I am not sure, I haven't tried. You can try for experiment and let us know the result

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    29. pwd b ito lutuin s microwave oven gusto q kc cy itry i love leche plan :)

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    30. pwede po b tong lutuin s steamer ?

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    31. sana po meron itong video na mapapanood kong paano pag bake ng leche flan. ang tubig para makaka pag steam = 1 cup? - sa ilalim ba or sa ibabaw ng molding pan e-buhos or sprinkles? 180 degress celsius = ? - fahrenhiet degrees lang po ang oven ko. thanks for your time po.

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      1. pakibasa po ng maigi ang Procedure number 3 makikita naman po sa picture nasaan ang tubig, pakitingnan pong maigi.
        Just put in 360F.

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    32. hndi po ba madudurog if aalisin na sa molder ung leche flan po? may kelangan po bang ilagay sa gilid ng baking pan like butter po?thanks..

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    Item Reviewed: Baked Leche Flan Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Melys Kitchen
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