flan

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Flan

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

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

(from the article `coin`) Alterations in the flan (the coin disk, a term deriving from the French flatir, `to beat flat`) led to corresponding changes in the manufacture of ...
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flan

(from the article `custard`) ...of eggs, milk, sugar, and flavourings which attains its consistency by the coagulation of the egg protein by heat. Baked custard contains whole ...
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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

[Greyhawk] In the World of Greyhawk campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game, the Flan are a race of humans living in the Flanaess. The Flan peoples were the first humans known to have settled the eastern portion of the continent of Oerik, the Flanaess, which is named for them. Regions of the Flanaess that contain a sign...
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Flan

A blank piece of metal in the size and shape of a coin. Also called planchet.
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Flan

A round pastry tart with sweet or savory filling, or a Spanish baked custard.
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flan

Alternative name for blank or planchet, the piece of metal struck between dies to produce a coin or medal....
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Flan

An open pie filled with sweet or savory ingredients; also, a Spanish dessert of baked custard covered with caramel.
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flan

Another term for a planchet.
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Flan

Blank metal piece before striking, also called a planchet or blank.
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Flan

Blank metal piece before striking, also called a planchet or blank.
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Flan

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

Open tart filled with sweet or savory ingredients, i.e. a chocolate ganache flan. Second it is a Spanish dessert of baked custard covered with caramel. 
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Flan

Open tart, cooked in a ring.
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flan

See Planchet.
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flan

sweet or savory tart or crustless custard pie
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Flan

The blank from which a coin is struck. Flans were made and prepared in different ways in different places and times. Commonly they would be a weighed and perhaps smoothed disk of metal, which would be heated just before the coin was struck.
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Flan

This is a term that may be used to describe two different preparations. The first use of this word is describes an open top tart that is filled with pastry cream and topped with fruit. Flan is used in Spanish and Mexican cooking to describe an egg custard that is baked in a large shallow dish, and flavored with caramel. The dish is inverted when se...
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