Mango-Papaya Brown Butter Cinnamon Crepes with Homemade Dulce de Leche Syrup

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  • on October 09, 2012

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    I recently spent 6 months in Argentina where we had dulce de leche every morning. I haven't been able to find it in stores near me, so I was very excited to see Bobby's version. Yes, he did say 350 on the show and the recipe says 425. I tried both, niether made a usable product. The 425 version made a consistancy of oatmeal. The 350 made a pudding consistancy, too thick to pour. On the positive side, the taste was acceptable but niether could be drizzled over crepes.

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  • on November 10, 2011

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    My family and I enjoyed this recipe. I have never attempted crepes at home before but the idea of the mango and papaya was enough for me to try it! Because I was making this on a school morning, I did not try the dulce de leche syrup but will very soon. I used store bought dipping caramel that I had in the fridge for apples. The crepes tasted wonderful and it was easy enough to make again on a school morning.

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  • on November 05, 2011

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    have not tried this yet but I want to try his method of making the dulce de leche syrup.......I always hated the idea of heating the in opened can. But I could swear on the TV show he said put in the oven at 350 degrees for 1-1/2. This recipe says 425 degrees and sir a few times? Did I hear correctly?

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