The English drink tea at noon and it is preferred with sweet accompaniments. No, not Milady de Winter, but cakes, cookies or flans. Our Banana Flan Cake definitely fits into two of these categories. And it fits into the following categories: Super creamy, super sweet.
But what exactly is flan? Look at the picture and you will see. Flan is a mass cooked in a water bath. And in each side is an egg. British banana flan cake is no different. And what else goes into a delicious miracle? A lot of condensed milk. The Brits love it just as much as a good caramel sauce. And since islanders are practical and prefer to spend more time telling than standing in the kitchen, they’ve turned banana flan cake into a ready-made spice cake mix. Everything looks strange, but it’s delicious! Mrs. Beryl Patmore, the cook Downton Abbey, not amused. Mrs. Berl Patmore chooses to serve her lordship:
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Very British: banana flan cake
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Preheat oven to 175 top/bottom. Grease the rubber dish with butter and fill it with 300 ml of caramel sauce. Also, butter the aluminum foil and keep it aside.
In a bowl, mix the spice cake mix, 3 eggs, oil and water together on low for 30 seconds. Then stir on medium speed for another 2-3 minutes. Mash the banana with a fork and add 1 teaspoon of almond juice and pour into the prepared pan.
Mix the two condensed milks, 5 eggs, milk, cream cheese, and 1 teaspoon of almond extract with a blender until the mixture is smooth. Then pour this on the bottle. Wrap the rubber food in greased aluminum foil. Then place the flan shape in a deep baking dish and fill it with about 2 cm of water to create a water bath.
Bake in the oven for 2 hours at a temperature of 175 degrees. Then take the flan mold out of the water bath and let it cool for 15 minutes. Then, transfer the flan cake to a large plate, spreading the caramel sauce over the finished cake.