Duy Dash’s Goat Curd Crème Caramel

This recipe uses our goat curd. Made from fresh local goat milk sourced from

Towerview and Oskjberg goat dairies, we make curd several times a week so the product

is always fresh, just the way we like it.

Our curd has a mild, light and tangy flavour with a smooth, creamy finish that is almost fluffy. The flavour is clean and subtle with a perfect acid balance and light salting.

Ingredients:

  • Caramel
    • 80g Caster Sugar
    • 60ml Water

    Creme

    • 3 Eggs
    • ½ tspn Vanilla Extract
    • 40g Caster Sugar
    • 125g Woodside Cheese Wrights Goat Curd
    • 220ml Whole Milk

    For Serving

    • Ginger Nut Biscuits
    • Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

Directions:

Combine caster sugar and water in a saucepan, heat over medium heat until the sugar dissolves and becomes dark golden caramel. Quickly and carefully pour hot mixture evenly into 4 ramekins and swirl to coat the base of the ramekin. Set aside.

In a small mixing bowl add eggs, vanilla and sugar whisk gently, set aside. This is your egg mixture.

Combine Goat Curd and milk in a saucepan, heat on low-med heat until it just begins to boil. At this point the mixture will split or separate. This is your curd mixture.

Allow Curd Mixture to cool for two minutes, then slowly pour into the egg mixture gently incorporating.

Pour combined mixture into blender and blend until smooth and silky approx. 30 sec – 1 min.

Pour into prepared ramekins, evenly dividing between the ramekins.

Place ramekins in baking dish with high sides, carefully pour boiling water in baking dish to come up to the half-way point of the outside of the ramekin.

Bake in oven at 140c for 35 mins until golden, allow to cool slightly before placing in fridge to set approx. 2 hours.

To serve: carefully run knife around edge of ramekin to loosen the Crème Carmel, turn onto plate, crumble Ginger Nut biscuit on top just before serving with good quality Vanilla Bean ice cream.

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