A Canelés is a French recipe, a small creme brulé pastry. With an exterior that is caramelized, and a custard filled the interior, they’re definitely unique. While they’re not difficult to construct, they do require patience to do so as the batter requires a full day to properly prepare. The recipe also requires a certain mold to get the right shape. The typical flavor of this recipe is vanilla, but there is room for variety should you desire. They’re best when served straight from the oven.
- The French pastry known as Canelés are a delicious combination of caramel and custard.
- Though the French Canelés looks very fancy and expensive, they can be made easily in your own kitchen.
- You can add a personal touch to your Canelés, some people add vanilla or orange, or some spices.
“The cakes have a caramelized exterior and a dense, custardy interior that set it apart from just about any other baked good out there”
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