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Gilb3rt

Creme brulee/milk allergy

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Hey all, anyone knows if there is a recipe with soy milk or something else then regular milk?

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I've had a custard made with coconut milk before. Very high in fat but delicious! I'll see if I can dig up the recipe.

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Almond milk was widely used for custards in the middle ages. I haven't had occasion to play with it myself (ie, haven't made up a satisfactory excuse yet) but it is said to work well.

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I made a lime Panacota today with coconut milk, and it was absolutly super

800ml coconut milk

110 gram sukker

3 gram agar

2 lime's

So i will try to a creme brulle on Thursday

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Ok mad it today and it also went perfect think i'm in a good desert week normally i don't really like to make desert since i don't have a sweet tooth .

But this is good sh*t..

270 gram egg yolks

180 gram sugar

1200 ml coconut milk slowly reduced to 900ml

half sugar with egg and other half with the coconut milk..

Added 1 tablespoon of home ginger confit..

Wish i cut share taste over the net

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