Catalan Cream Mix
Crema catalana is the perfect dessert to slowly spoon into your mouth and savour at the end of a meal. Originating in Spain, in the Catalonia region, it has become famous worldwide for its quality. Similar to Crème brûlée, but of Spanish and not French origins, it has a creamy and velvety texture with a crunchy, caramelized sugar crust on top. It distinguishes itself with its delicious cinnamon-citrus aroma. Fior Fiore offers a gluten-free mix that can be prepared quick and easily, with no cooking necessary and with caramel ready for garnishing.
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Ingredients catalan cream mix: sugar, modified potato starch, skimmed milk powder, cream powder,
Glucose syrup powder, vegetal palm oil, xanthan gum, sodium pyrophosphate, sodium phosphate, acetylated tartaric acid esters of mono- and di-glycerides, carrageenan; milk proteins, annatto, curcumin.
Ingredients caramel: glucose syrup, caramelized sugars, glucose-fructose syrup.
Contains: milk. May contain: soy.
Pour the content of the bag in a bowl. Add 200 ml of cream and 150 ml of milk (or,
according to taste, invert these amounts to get a lighter dessert). Whisk for about 1
minute. Pour the cream into 4 small bowls and refrigerate for about 1 hour. Before
serving the dessert, garnish it with the caramel sauce you find in the small bag. SOME
ADVICE: in t he traditional recipe, the caramel should be as hard as a glass sheet. You can make this at home. Pour 6 spoons of sugar and 4 spoons of water in a saucepan,
cook it as long as the sugar becomes light brown coloured.
|Nutrition Facts||Per 1/4 package (24,25 g)||%Daily Value*||Read more|
*5% or less is a little, 15% or more is a lot.
Catalan Cream Mix: The Most Famous Cream In Europe
Catalan Cream, similar to crème brûlée, is a dessert that is widespread throughout Europe and also very popular in Italy.
A legend tells that this cream was invented by some Catalan nuns. A bishop went to visit their convent, and the nuns, to welcome him, prepared a pudding which however turned out to be too liquid. Then they added hot caramelized sugar and when they served it the bishop shouted "crema!" which in Catalan means, in addition to cream, 'it burns'. Since then the cream has also been called "crema cremada". The Catalans claim its invention and believe that it is the ancestor of the French crème brûlée (based on liquid cream, on which sugar is caramelized). The difference between the two creams lies in the cooking method: the Catalan cream is cooked on the fire while the crème brûlée is cooked in a bain-marie.
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