Le Creuset Cream's Cream Brûlée Sauce from the Heritage Series has an authentic design inspired by the traditional French country kitchen. The Heritage Series is based on the original and elegant French design presented by Le Creuset for the first time in 1931. Crème brûlée is a traditional French dessert, which is ordally translated, meaning 'burned cream'. The classic dessert is made in a crème brûlée shape where a cream of cream, sugar, egg yolks and vanilla is baked in a water bath in the oven at low temperature.
On the creamy and cooled cream, a thin layer of cane sugar, caramelized with a burner, is sprinkling with a crisp surface. The stoneware form also has other uses, for example as a side plate for salad. The crème brûlée mold is made of stoneware with a glossy glaze on the outside. The internal glaze is resistant to stains and prevents taste, color and odor from being absorbed, making the molds useful for many purposes. Stoneware can withstand temperatures from -18 ° to 260 ° C and can withstand freezer, microwave oven, oven, oven oven grill and dishwasher.