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1. A custard that is baked in a caramel-lined mold and served chilled with the caramel side up. Also called crème caramel.
2. A tart with a filling of custard, fruit, or cheese.
3. A metal disk to be stamped as a coin; a blank.
1. (Cookery) an open pastry or sponge tart filled with fruit or a savoury mixture
2. (Metallurgy) a piece of metal ready to receive the die or stamp in the production of coins; shaped blank; planchet
[C19: from French, from Old French flaon, from Late Latin fladō flat cake, of Germanic origin]
flan(flæn, flɑn; for 2 also flɑ̃)
1. a Spanish dessert of baked sweetened egg custard with a caramel topping.
2. an open, tartlike pastry, filled with cheese, custard, fruit, etc.
3. a piece of metal shaped ready to form a coin but not yet stamped by the die.
[1840–50; (< Sp) < French; Old French flaon < Late Latin fladōnem, acc. of fladō < Germanic]
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