> How to cook > How to cook sous vide

How to cook crème brûlée sous vide

How to cook crème brûlée sous vide

Making this classic French dessert by conventional methods requires a lot of faffing around with bain-maries and careful checking of the custard mix to ensure the perfect consistency. Cooking individual crème brûlées in a water bath takes away this hassle and ensures a perfect result every time.

Ingredients

  • 200ml of double cream
  • 100ml of milk
  • 4 egg yolks
  • 50g of sugar
1
Preheat the water bath to 80°C
2
Warm the milk and cream together in a small saucepan to 60°C
3
In a large bowl, whisk together the egg yolks and sugar until thoroughly combined
4
Slowly whisk the warm cream and milk into the egg mixture
5
Pour into individual shallow jars and screw on the lids very tightly
6
Place the jars in the water bath to cook for 60 minutes then remove from the water with tongs and chill them on ice
7
Once set, sprinkle the surface with Demerara sugar and brûlée with a blowtorch
8
Allow the sugar to set for 5 minutes before serving

Variations

Crème brûlées can be flavoured with herbs such as lemon thyme or lemon verbena, spices including pink peppercorns or cinnamon or other, more traditional flavourings such as vanilla, coffee or chocolate.

Serving suggestions

Andrew MacKenzie uses brandy-poached raspberries and mascarpone in his crème brûlée and Mark Dodson serves crème brûlée as part of his Trio of apple desserts.

 
 
 
 

Comments ()

How to cook crème brûlée sous vide

 
Order by
...   ...

(Editing)

>

This comment was edited

Please enter text

Comments must be less than characters

This comment has been deleted

Report this comment

Please state your report in the space below

Please enter text

Reports must be less than 750 characters

loading

>

Please enter text

Comments must be less than characters

(Editing)

>

This comment was edited

Please enter text

Comments must be less than characters

This comment has been deleted

Report this comment

Please state your report in the space below

Please enter text

Reports must be less than 750 characters

loading

>

Please enter text

Comments must be less than characters

Be the first to leave a comment on this page...
...   ...