Original recipe yields 8 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
The Philippine leche flan uses 9-10 egg yolk and 1 tbsp lemon juice added to the melted sugar. Vanilla extract is sometimes used to flavor, never almond extract.
easy, but way too much almond, and too sweet. I like a good flan, and almond flavoring, and this was not appealing.
Easy to make. Absolutely delicious and you don't have to wait to eat it. It just mellows out and tastes better if you do!
I have some suggestions: I think 1 tablespoon almond extract is little bit too much; maybe ?teaspoon will be better. Instead of 6 egg yolks, I put 5 whole eggs.
As it stands there is definitely too much almond flavor even for me. I have found that, if it is available where you live, substitute almond liqueur for the flavoring - a little more subtle.
I give a four because the recipe needs help, but if you help it, it's delicious! First of all, try 1-2 teaspoons of almond extract instead of a tablespoon. Second, refer to the Perfect Flan arti...
This did not taste like flan at all. It was way too sweet and had a strange taste to it. I follwed the recipe exactly so I am not sure what happened. If you are looking for a recipe for flan, ...