Friday, February 20, 2009

Pumpkin Crème Brûlée N Beautiful Token Of Gratitude

I prepared pumpkin crème brûlée during halloween and i have completely forgotten to post this delicious dessert, am posting today coz this créme suits for two awesome events and am very happy to post this delicious dessert...crème brûlée is burnt cream in english is a dessert consisting of a rich custard base topped with a layer of hard caramel, created by caramelizing sugar under a boiler or any other intense heat source, or by pouring cooked caramel on the top of the custard, they r usually served cold in individual ramekins...the custard base is normally flavoured with just vanilla, but it can be enhanced with chocolate, liqueur, y not with fruits...This crème brûlée is quite a famous dessert in France after créme caramel..i used pumpkin puree to prepare this delicious dessert n its quite a easy dessert too...


1/2cup Pumpkin puree
3nos Yellow yolks
1/2cup Sugar
1/2cup Milk
1/2cup Low fat cream
1tsp Vanilla extract
2tbsp Packed brown sugar

Take a large bowl and whisk the yellow yolks with vanilla extract for a while, add the sugar n beat again until they turns soft n fluffy, add the milk,pumpkin puree followed by the creme and beat again everything for a while..keep aside for half an hour...meanwhile preheat the oven at 160°C, take a large vessel and pour luke warm water n keep aside..

Pour the pumpkin creme in 4 ramekins, keep them in the vessel with luke warm water n cook them for 25 minutes in middle rack of the oven..springle half a tsp of brown sugar over the cooked creme and broil them until the sugar turns brown, this happens very quickly..

Delicious Pumpkin Créme Brûlée!!!!


Yasmeen,Vidhya,Akal's Saappadu passed me this beautiful award, this sweet award was designed by Yasmeen..i feel really very proud n honoured to get this from u all dear..

Am very glad to pass this award to all my blogger friends, who were all very supportive for continuing me in this blogsphere..:)

25 comments:

  1. congrats on being awarded.
    picture is yummy.

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  2. Congrats on ur award.. Nice click.. looks perfect...

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  3. I love vream brulle, one of my fav.
    I have never had with pumpkin, would love to try.

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  4. Wow this looks yummy. Never heard of this before....Congrats on the award dear.

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  5. I LOVE Creme Brulee, pumpkin one is really creative and looks yummy. Great entry, enjoy! :))

    Enjoy the award too, have a great weekend.

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  6. Pumpkin Creme brulee looks delish..Congrats on your award..

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  7. Congratulations Priya...Pumpkin Crème Brûlée sounds delcious...

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  8. hummm what to say realy so so tempting

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  9. Creme brulee got a beautiful color and I love the pumpkin touch!

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  10. Congrats on the award. Cream brulee sounds nice to me. Love it. Good job, buddy.

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  11. Hi..lovely looking dessert ..I have all the ingredients at my home ..im gonna make this tommorow..thanks for posting dear.

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  12. Creme Brulee with pumpkin very creative and looks very delicious too..

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  13. Yummy! Brulee looks perfect! Congrats on ur award!

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  14. They look awesome..I have been itching to try some brulee since long..yummy..:)

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  15. Pumpkin creme brulee sounds like a delicious idea. Nice job, Priya!

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  16. Lovely dessert recipe. Looks so good. YUM! Congrats on ur award....

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  17. yummy creme brulee that is.. enna ennamo panreengale.. kalakunga.

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  18. yummy...
    I have never tasted brulee... will make this one and taste :)

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  19. This is new to me, and looks delicious. Your recipes are different and you are rocking girl :-) . somethingn special is waiting for you.

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  20. beautiful looking dish priya..nice orange colour! and congrats!

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  21. Your creme brulee sounds delicious but I am always confused with events asking for vegan recipes. Although I have read that vegan allows eggs and dairy in this specific event it says eggs are allowed. What about dairy? This is just a question raised but you do not have to answer it.

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  22. This is new to me, and looks delicious. Nice click.. Congrats on ur awardPriya:)

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  23. Congrats !. This Pumpkin Creme brulee looks great and the photo is wonderful. Keep up the great work.

    - supersamayal

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  24. Looks delicious. I wonder if brulee can be made without eggs, but custard powder.
    Thanks for sending it in to FIC Orange.

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