(photos were taken from my phone)
I began with boiling the sauce together.
..mixed the flour, eggs, sugar, sauce and rum to create the batter..
..poured it in the mould..
..naturally my sweet boy was in the kitchen with me, watching them bake just as excited as I am..
..it was as if we were watching a symphony, they were bubbling and rising rapidly from every mould..
..they started to slow down a bit towards the end..
..our first batch is done and they are beautiful..
..this was baked at 210C as suggested which I converted to 410F for 35 minutes. It didn't caramalized all around and some didn't at all..
..this one I had baked a little longer 45 minutes. I was afraid of burning them I got some caramalized about 5 pieces..
..they were one of the best treats I have ever tasted. It was as if I bit into a love spell. It was just like how he said it would be, a Crème Brulée in a cake form. Sigh.......
For the complete history and recipe of these little magical treats please visit Phil in the Kitchen at As Strong As Soup he is the one I thank for this new love. I shall keep on trying and get the temp and timing perfectly.