Leche Flan Recipe | Filipino Staple Christmas Dessert by Chris Urbano

Filipino Christmas Leche Flan Recipe by Maputing Cooking – PERFECT for your Noche Buena celebration this Christmas with family and friends. Spice up your Leche Flan with this delicious twist “special” back in your leche flan!

Leche flan, creme caramel or caramel pudding is a Christmas dessert that is popular in the Philippines during special occasions, and at every Filipino Christmas dinner. Leche flan is an easy Christmas dessert recipe made up of egg yolks, milk and caramelized sugar on top! What makes a special leche flan is if you make it a melt in your mouth, smooth, and creamy leche flan that your guests will surely love.

In this Maputing Cooking episode, Tagalog speaking Australian Chris Urbano shows you how to make special leche flan with a twist! Maputing Cooking innovates the leche flan by infusing calamansi and rosemary in his leche flan mixture! Paired with Australian wine, Muscat, this will definitely tickle your panlasang Pinoy!

Check out this Christmas dessert recipe video, especially if you’re still thinking what dessert to serve your family on Noche Buena! Features a special Christmas guest, Kristel Urbano!

Special thanks to:

The Maya Kitchen for allowing us to shoot in your beautiful kitchen!
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and Barong Warehouse for Mr. Chris Urbano’s camisa de Chino!
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All cookwares used are from DeliChef!

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  1. Should I use fresh rosemary, or the dried ones will do? i’m not used to using herbs like rosemary and thyme and so on, so I wanna try this out. thank you for sharing this recipe Chris!.

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