Krem Anglez Tarifi

Creme Anglaise Recipe: English Creme

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  • 1/2 cup whole milk
  • 1/2 cup cream
  • 1 vanilla stick, (seeds)
  • 3 large egg yolk
  • 3 tablespoons of sugar
  • salt (a small pinch)

What is Crème Anglaise?

Crème Anglaise is a light pouring custard used as a sweet cream or sauce. It is a mixture of sugar, egg yolk and hot milk, usually flavored with vanilla. Since its name is widely used in British desserts, it is also referred to as English Cream.

We recommend using a thermometer for your sauce. If you do not have a thermometer, you have to cook the sauce on very low heat.

Quick Culinary Tips

Cream Anglez was found in 1837 in Birmingham, England by Alfred Bird. If you want to take the sauce one step further after preparing the cream Anglez, add gelatin and whipped cream on it, and you will get a Bavarian Cream.

You can also find powder forms of Cream Anglez, which are commercially used in the market and consist of corn starch (corn flour).

In the gastronomic literature, the French are also known as crème anglaise (Anglo-style cream) or crème française (“French cream”). Both are the same cream.

Creme Anglaise Recipe - Sauce retention test: If the sauce remains non-fluid, it means it is
Creme Anglaise Recipe – Sauce retention test: If the sauce remains non-fluid, it means it is

Cream Anglez Recipe Preparation

  • Add milk and cream in a saucepan.
  • Whisk the egg yolks with half the sugar and vanilla in a large bowl with a whisk. Whisk thoroughly until the mixture is very fluffy and the sugar is almost melted.
  • Add the remaining sugar and salt to the pot with the milk and cream. Attention! DO NOT MIX. Thus, sugar forms a protective layer at the bottom of the pot and does not allow the milk to burn.
  • Just heat it on medium heat (between 70 °C – 85 °C).
  • Milk should be very hot but not boiling. our aim is just to heat. When the milk and cream are heated, remove the cooker from the heat and mix well.
  • Take a ladle of milk and pour it into the whipped egg yolk, while continuing to beat continuously (tempering).
  • Add another scoop , stir and pour the egg mixture into the remaining milk and reheat the pan until the cream has thickened a little (if you have a cooking thermometer your mixture should reach a maximum temperature of 70 °C to 85 °C).
  • Otherwise, the temperature is too high. if it rises, your concoction will cut and decompose.
  • If you don’t have a thermometer, another way to check if the mixture is thick is to dip a spoon in it. If the sauce remains on the back of the spoon and there is a trace when you make a “line” with your finger, it is ready.
  • Take the pot from the stove, pass it through a fine sieve for a more velvety sauce.
  • Then set aside to cool
  • It is stored in the refrigerator in a well-sealed container for 2-3 days. Enjoy!