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This is a simple thing to make that makes a huge difference. Caramelizing a pan is a basic thing for those who, for example, want to make a pudding.
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Preparation time:
5 min
Cooking Time:
10 min
Ready In:
15 min
Level of Difficulty:
Very Easy
Servings:
1

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How to Caramelize a Pudding Pan

How to Caramelize a Pudding Pan

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Mon, Dec 9, 2019, 07:59
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Ingredients

1/2 cup of sugar1/4 cup of water
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  • This site uses US measurements.

    Directions

    1. Place the sugar and water in a pan, stir well and heat it up.
    2. Let the water and sugar mixture boil (it will create bubbles.
    3. The syrup will slightly change color, when it turns into a light caramel color, you can remove it from the heat.
    4. Now very carefully and with the help of a kitchen glove or a dish towel, spread the syrup all over the sides of the pan and you're done.
    Recipe & Photo Credit: aquinacozinha.com

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