Flan de Huevos con Nata

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Floyd on Spain

By Keith Floyd

Published 1992

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The puddings in most ordinary Spanish restaurants are mainly bought in from commercial suppliers and, by and large, they are jolly nice. Two typical ones are the famous Spanish flans, a common crème caramel-type one, which is made from milk, and one made with cream, which has more the flavour of crème brûlee. But they are even better if you take the trouble to make them yourself. Both recipes follow.