Leche asada

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Leche asada
La leche asada.jpg
Tray of Leche asada
TypeDessert
Place of originPeru
Region or stateLatin American cuisine
Serving temperatureRoom temperature or cold
Main ingredientsMilk, Eggs, Sugar, and Vanilla Extract.

Leche asada (literally "roasted milk") is a dessert of Latin America.[1][2][3] It is similar to flan because it is made with the same ingredients, but 'leche asada' has a less smooth texture and is baked directly, which creates a toasted layer on the surface.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Epic Food and Landscape of Patagonia". Saveur.
  2. ^ "Leche Asada". www.justperu.org.
  3. ^ Chile.com (1 June 2016). "Aprende a preparar una deliciosa leche asada y disfrútala en casa". peru.com.

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