I've only made flan once before, but it was a pumpkin flan. It turned out really well, but that was 5 years ago, and I remember being in a panic about it then, also.
This year, I decided to bring a flan for Thanksgiving dinner (on Friday—thanks, Ravens…). I made it last making sure to follow all the recipe instructions to the T.
This morning, I go to check out my hard work, and there are little golden bubbles that seem to be floating up from the caramel!
At this point, it's too late to make another one, but I also don't want to show up to dinner empty-handed. Can someone tell me what this is? Is it edible? Will I find caramel-flavored scrambled eggs in the middle? As long as it tastes good (and there aren't any chunky egg bits), I can't care what it looks like!
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