- Preparation time: 15 minutes
- Cook time: 20 minutes
This recipe can yield 10 ramekins and serve 5-7 people, depending on how greedy you are!
- 3 eggs
- 1/3 can of sweet condensed milk
- Sugar for caramel
- Mix milk with water with a fine proportion to have a moderate sweetness.
- Beat eggs, avoid creating foam.
- Add sugar and water with the proportion of 3:2 in a sauce pan. Keep the heat on medium-low. Stir constantly until it turns to be a frothy mixture with brown golden color. Then, take the pan off the stove and pour into the ramekins.
- Mix dissolved milk and beaten egg together. Pour the mixture into the ramekins through a strainer in order to remove any bigger egg chunks.
- Steam the ramekins for 10 to 12 minutes. Then, take them out, cool down and put into fridge. Otherwise, bake the ramekins uncovered for about 20 minutes in 350F oven.
- Cool them down and put into fridge. Serve cold.
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