I even tried crème brûlée... Meh.
Flan in European-English derives from a High German word for a flat cake, via French, and technically means a dish with an open pastry or sponge case. Typically the meaning is narrower due to most dishes that could be called flan being called quiches or tarts or pies*. Flan in American-English takes an extra step via Spanish. Despite having a perfectly good word or three for custard anyway, the Spanish decided to call custard-based dishes flans even if they don't have a case around them - probably as quiches have a savoury custard, as do custard tarts/flans patissier.
*A flan in England is typically a sponge base with a raised edge topped with fruit and sometimes jelly or cream as well. But it is also used for quiche-like dishes occasionally (quiche seems to have been a high-class word 50 years ago and some still won't use it).
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Kind of dissapointed at the term fish eggs instead of caviar. yes they are fish eggs, but you dont have just "meat" for the prosciutto one.
I know it isnt exactly the same thing but still.
Not the best quiz I've taken.