25g Water (Room Temperature)
25g Water (Hot or Boiling)
2 Large Eggs
250g Heavy Cream
1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
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You would need glasses or bottles that are heat resistance to hold the final product.
Mix water at room temperature and sugar into a small pot. Heat it up over small flame.
The water takes some time to evaporate and eventually the sugar reappear in near solid form. After that it will melt and slowly turn into caramel. Do not let it become to dark. A light brown color is what you need.
Immediately turn off the flame and let it sit for about 1 minute. Pour in a few drops of hot water. Be very careful because the water will evaporate very quickly and cool down the caramel at the same time. Slowly add the remaining hot ware while stirring. The caramel should now turn darker than before. Let it cool down for another 2-3 minutes, and pour a little bit of them into the final glasses or bottles where your pudding is going into. About 1/2 cm or 1/4 inch is what you need.
Bit the eggs until there are eventually just enough to mix the yolks and egg white.
Pour the milk, heavy cream and sugar into a pot. Heat it under small frame.
Stirr the mixture slowly until the sugar melts. Do not let the mixture boil.
Remove the mixture from the heat. Use a spatula and slowly drip a little bit of the mixture onto the egg. Do not do this too fast or the egg will cook. Continue doing this until about half the milk and cream mixture is mixed with the egg. You can now mix everything together in either container you were using.
This mixture is ready to go into the glasses or bottles you have prepared.
Heat up your oven to 320F, or 160C.
Prepare a deep over ware. An disposable roast pan would do. Add about 1cm deep of hot water into it. Put the glasses or bottles into roast pan. Cover the glasses or bottles with aluminum foil.
Put the roast pan into the oven and bake for 30 minutes.
Once it is done baking, take it out from the oven and let it rest for 30 minutes.
This pudding is best served cold. So it should go into the fridge for another hour at least.