11 May, 2011

I'm Burning For You

It's so simple, really. Some eggs, cream, and a bit of sugar. A little whisking, a little simmering, and a little while in the oven.

And then there's the bit with the blow torch. How is it possible that it has taken me this long to make a dessert that involves a blow torch?

Have a delicious day, Sweet Readers.


toridawn said...

i LOVE making creme brulee at home...i even registered for a ramekin and blow torch set when i got married.

have you tried infusing different flavors by adding orange zest or unsweetened cocoa powder (you can also add liqueurs like St Germain) to the cream while it's slowly reaching its boil? suuuuper yummy.

nicole said...

ha! looks beautiful! i've never tried it at home, but it's one of my favorites!

red.neck chic said...

I'm not only NOT allowed to use the stove - but CERTAINLY not a blow torch!!! I think I have flame envy... and now I'm hungry too! LOL

;-D robelyn

Erin Lian said...

Tots impressed you can wield a blow torch :P

Kay said...

Crème brûlée is one of my favorite things ever. Enjoy!

xo {with fingers crossed}

tinajo said...

Yum! :-)

Kristin H said...

and it tastes soooo good! Following!!

Brandi {not your average ordinary} said...

I had the most incredible fig creme brulee last week. I'm working on recreating the dish -- it was seriously heavenly.