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Flan

(Spanish) tart or baked pudding similar to a caramel custard

flan

Another term for a planchet.
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flan

See Planchet.
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Flan

(Mexican) Baked custard with caramel coating .
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flan

(Spanish) cream caramel
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flan

[n] - open pastry filled with fruit or custard
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flan

noun open pastry filled with fruit or custard
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Flan

Flan is British slang for to assault someone with a custard pie.
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Flan

Flan is British slang for to assault someone with a custard pie.
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flan

(flaen or flahn) - (1) Flan is a generic term that refers to any type of baked open pastry dish (savory or sweet) cooked within a pastry shell that meets certain criteria. The term comes from the French word "flaon" as well as the Latin "fladon" which means "flat cake or open metal tin" that dates back to the 6th cent...
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flan

sweet or savory tart or crustless custard pie
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