As you know, creme brulee is a classic dish of smooth custard with a caramelized sugar topping. The origin of creme brulee however, is hotly debated, with England, Spain, and France all having claimed that they invented it.

Cooking steps

Separate the Yolk!

Separate the yolk from the egg by dragging the two egg shell halves far enough apart. Don't put them too far apart or you'll drop the yolk!

Boil Light Cream!

Maintain the water temperature by dragging the heat slider or clicking the stirring spoon. Add food to the pot if indicated. When the time elapses, make sure you're in the green zone for a rolling boil.

Add the Ingredients!

Click and drag to add the ingredients into the red bowl. Add the ingredients in the correct order by using the visual clues.

Stir the Ingredients!

Trace the green lines to stir the ingredients together.

Pour the Creme Brulee

Tilt to pour the Creme Brulee. Don't pour too fast or you'll spill!

Bake Creme Brulee!

Enter the correct baking temperature and press "On". Then press "Off" when the meter is in the dark green zone. Hit "Reset" if you enter the wrong temperature.

Caramelize the Sugar!

Drag the kitchen torch across the creme brulee to caramelize the brown sugar. Don't burn the sugar in the process!