How to Make Puto Flan or Leche Puto Recipe

“I think you are missing something in the last for months…”

At least that ‘s what I’m currently thinking, since I have been making this Puto Flan for several occasions and I kept on putting off sharing it… I just did not get a chance until now, so I’m sorry. Just think about the days you missed eating this flan but haven’t, just because I was too busy to share it. As the saying goes, “There is a time for everything,”  and this is the time for this Filipino dessert to be shared.

I got the recipe from Lalaine ,the author of Kawalling Pinoy blog, but I revised the recipe for a bit. I added vanilla, and instead of kalamansi, I used lemon. So, this should, hopefully meet your requirement of how a delicious dessert should be, so I am excited to share it with you,guys.

I got the recipe from Lalaine ,the author of Kawalling Pinoy blog, but I revised the recipe for a bit. I added vanilla, and instead of kalamansi, I used lemon. So, this should, hopefully meet your requirement of how a delicious dessert should be, so I am excited to share it with you,guys.

PUTO FLAN RECIPE - I got the recipe from Lalaine ,the author of Kawalling Pinoy blog, but I revised the recipe for a bit. I added vanilla, and instead of kalamansi, I used lemon. So, this should, hopefully meet your requirement of how a delicious dessert should be, so I am excited to share it with you,guys.

We have these desserts in the Philippines called Puto Cheese and Leche Flan and Puto Flan is the combination of both. I tell yah, my children will eat the whole batch if I let them.

PUTO FLAN RECIPE - I got the recipe from Lalaine ,the author of Kawalling Pinoy blog, but I revised the recipe for a bit. I added vanilla, and instead of kalamansi, I used lemon. So, this should, hopefully meet your requirement of how a delicious dessert should be, so I am excited to share it with you,guys.

I made this yesterday for some friends. I made it the night before so that I can only focus on cooking the meat menu. It yielded 22 Puto Flan and after cooking I let it cool and put it in the fridge for the party. As I was setting the table, I saw that there were 11  left… the kids eat them. I forgot to tell that it was for the party. I could have made some again, since it is very simple to make, but I opted not to this time.  That’s how much the kids love this snacks. When I make this, my son bring some for his school lunch.

PUTO FLAN RECIPE - I got the recipe from Lalaine ,the author of Kawalling Pinoy blog, but I revised the recipe for a bit. I added vanilla, and instead of kalamansi, I used lemon. So, this should, hopefully meet your requirement of how a delicious dessert should be, so I am excited to share it with you,guys.PUTO FLAN RECIPE - I got the recipe from Lalaine ,the author of Kawalling Pinoy blog, but I revised the recipe for a bit. I added vanilla, and instead of kalamansi, I used lemon. So, this should, hopefully meet your requirement of how a delicious dessert should be, so I am excited to share it with you,guys.


How to Make Puto Flan or Leche Puto Recipe
 
Ingredients
  • FOR THE FLAN
  • 4 egg yolk, separated
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 can 14 oz condensed milk
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
FOR THE PUTO
  • 2 cups flour
  • ⅔ cup sugar
  • 4½ teaspoons baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1¼ cup water
  • 4 egg whites
Instructions
  1. Brush puto mold with oil. Set aside.
  2. In a steamer, boil ten cups of water.
  3. In a small bowl, mix all of the flan ingredients and pour ⅛ cup flan mixture in the puto mold.
  4. in another bowl Mix all of the Puto ingredients. Set aside.
  5. Pour ⅛ cup of the Flan mixture to the puto mold and steam flan mixture for 15 minutes. Do the same to rest of the flan mixture.
  6. When ready, remove the set flan mixture and pour ⅛ cup puto mixture on top and steam for another 15-18 minutes.

 

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