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    Creme Brulee

    Vegetarian • Gluten free • 3.5 hrs to make • Serves 6


    6 Egg yolks, large

    Baking & Spices

    1 Vanilla bean
    1 cup Vanilla sugar


    1 qt Heavy cream


    2 qt Water, hot
    • Stephanie Morgan

      Creme Brulee Recipe : Alton Brown : Food Network - Spiced Creme Brûlée for tasting: add pinch of 1/2 tsp cinnamon, pinch of nutmeg and allspice, zest from one orange and 1 tablespoon of grand mariner.

    • *Z* McClelland

      Crème Brûlée recipe from Alton Brown via Food Network

    • Rashae Moody

      Creme Brulee Recipe : Alton Brown : Food Network - Did this for my birthday dessert, new favorite thing! Soooo delicious! A lot of work and preparation but worth it.

    • Ligia Boyd

      Creme Brulee Recipe : Alton Brown : Food Network- 2tsp vanilla to cream, 3.5oz ramekins baked 25-30mins

    • Ginger Wittmann

      Alton Brown's Creme Brulee Recipe, because some day I'm going to actually make creme brûlée.

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