The name of this dish, literally translated into English means Burnt Cream, because the cream-based custard has a layer of “burnt” (really caramelized) sugar on top.

Crème Brûlée is a light and creamy and is made by creating a quick custard, then baking it. But the best part?

The custard is topped with a thin layer of granulated sugar and a blow torch is used to caramelize that sugar into a crisp topping.

It’s very rare to see homemade Crème Brûlée, so it is often assumed to be a difficult dish to prepare. It is, however, quite simple, with only 4 main steps!

If you’ve ever wanted to visit Paris (or France in general) you can now do so from your kitchen!

The Foreign Fork 

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