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Chocolate Stout CrèmeBREWlée

Solson005Solson005 Posts: 1,869
edited March 2013 in EggHead Forum
Tomorrow being St. Patrick's Day I wanted to find a dessert that would be festive. My red velvet crème brûlée was a big hit for Valentines day so I found a chocolate recipe and added some Stout. While Guinness would be the perfect match for St. Patrick's Day I decided to make a small batch yesterday and to see if Young's Double Chocolate Stout would taste better. 
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I had four other taste testers as well as myself and it was unanimous that the Guinness tasted better. So this morning I made a full batch and here is the recipe I went with:

Ingridents

4 large egg yolks 
2 oz heavy cream
2 oz half and half
4 oz Guinness
4 oz semi sweet chocolate
⅓ cup sugar
½ tsp vanilla extract

Beat eggs and sugar till the ribbon stage
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Heat heavy cream, half and half, and Guinness together until it reaches a boil 
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Pour the warm mixture over the chocolate and stir together until chocolate has melted. 
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Temper the egg mixture with the chocolate until it is all incorporated. 
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Then pour the mixture into ramekins 
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Preheat BGE (or oven if you want) to 350° and bake in a pan with water half way up the ramekins for 30 minutes. 
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Here is the batch from yesterday since they are on the egg baking right now. Guinness on the right and Young's on the left. 
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Chill for 2-3 hours, sprinkle sugar over top and caramelize using kitchen torch or broiler until sugar melts and becomes golden brown. Serve immediately or can be refrigerated for later use. 

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I was playing around with green sugar and some food coloring as well as trying to keep track of the different kinds for the taste test. 

Happy St. Patricks Day everyone! 

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