Dark Chocolate Creme Brulee / Call Me PMc

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This dessert is an Olympic Gold Metalist in the culinary dessert world according to Big Daddy.
For someone who doesn’t like many desserts, he flips over this

Dark Chocolate Creme Brulee
 It’s rich and creamy yet, amazingly, light and fluffy as well.
It’s sweet, but not tooo sweet.And it’s oh-so-elegant for the fanciest dinner party.
I developed it as a brulee with caramelized sugar on top.
 After trying it both with and without the brulee, Big Daddy prefers his without.
Honestly, it’s awesome either way.
Do the taste test and decide for yourself.
Olympic Gold Metal!

The team
The equipment
Bring cream to simmer
Add expresso and chocolate
Squeeze oj
Add vanilla to oj
Seperate 6 eggs
Stir cream mixture
Whisk cream, chocolate, and espresso
Add egg and oj mixture to cream mixture
Pour mixture into ramekin and had 1 inch of water to pan.
Dark Chocolate Creme Brulee
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Ingredients
  • 5 oz bittersweet chocolate, broken into pieces
  • 2 c heavy cream
  • ¼ c milk
  • 1 tsp expresso powder
  • 6 egg yolks
  • Juice of 1 orange, about ¼ cup
  • ¼ c sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 6 T sugar and kitchen blowtorch if you plan to brulee top
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven 325 degrees.
  2. Place ramekins in a pan.
  3. Pour cream in a heavy sauce pan and heat to simmer. Add expresso and broken chocolate. Whisk and watch closely. Do not over cook. Remove from heat. Add milk; stir.
  4. In a small bowl, combine juice of one orange. Add vanilla, sugar and egg yolks; whisk until well incorporated.
  5. Temper the egg mixture with cream mixture, then stir tempered eggs into cream mixture. Whisk until everything is completely combined and smooth.
  6. Pour the custard into 6 ramekins in a water bath.
  7. Bake 30 to 35 minutes in 325 degree oven. Custards will be set around the edges and soft in the center.
  8. Cool completely, then refrigerate, uncovered until cold.
  9. *If you wish to brulee top, sprinkle sugar evenly over top. (It may help to pick up ramekin and swirl to evenly distribute sugar) Heat with a kitchen torch until caramelized.
Notes
Recipe original from Paula at Call Me Pmc © 2012 – 2013 CallMePMc.com – All Rights Reserved "All recipes and images are original and the sole property of CallMePMc.com © 2012-2013, with all rights reserved. All content herein is meant for your personal enjoyment only. Content on CallMePMc.com is in no way to be used for commercial purposes. Other than linking to a page or pinning an image only on Pinterest (complete recipe is not allowed to be copied to Pinterest or any other site), Call Me PMc asks that you do not copy or otherwise use images or original recipes for any other purpose. If you would like to use any of my pictures you must first contact Call Me PMc and get express written permission. Use of this site automatically constitutes your agreement to these terms."

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Comments

  1. says

    Thanks so much for linking this in to Food on Friday. And great that you are now following Carole's Chatter. I will add you to my blog list too.
    Have a good day!

  2. says

    This is definitely a gold medal winner in my house too, one of my absolute favorite desserts. I haven't made it for awhile, so I'm happy to see this delicious recipe reminder. Currently, I've been busy churning up ice creams, but I'd LOVE to make this soon. Thanks for sharing. I found you on Michelle's link party. (Don't forget her link!)

  3. says

    Thank you, sometimes I get distracted and forget the link. :/ I need to look at your ice cream recipes, I only have ONE that I like.

  4. says

    Oh my, this looks amazing! I think I just come for a visit and you can make me all this delicious looking food, okay??? Thanks so much for sharing all your wonderful creations on Creative Thursday each week. You are appreciated :) Have a wonderful week.

  5. says

    I have never made Creme Brulee but if I do this is the recipe I will use! I love anything with chocolate! Stopping by from the Unique Sweets Dessert Challenge.

    ~Robyn

  6. says

    Looks delicious! Mine is in the oven, can't wait to try it this evening. One question, you don't instruct when to add the milk and sugar in the directions. I added them how I thought appropriate, but you might want to correct for your other readers. Thanks!!

  7. says

    Looks delicious! Mine is in the oven, can't wait to try it tonight! One question, you didn't instruct when to add the milk and sugar in the directions. I added them where I thought appropriate, but you might want to correct for your other readers. Thanks!

  8. Debbie S. says

    Wow! This looks delicious, and full detailed instructions! Guess what this chocolate lover is going to make tonite!

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