Yield: Yields 8
Salt lends depth to this rich butterscotch custard and keeps it from entering too-sweet territory. For best results, use ramekins that are about 3/4 inch deep. Once baked, the custards need to chill for at least 2 hours and can hold for up to 2 days, making this dessert a great option for dinner parties.
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