Dulce De Leche

Recipe courtesy Gale Gand, Gale Gand's Short and Sweet by Gale Gand and Julia Moskin: Clarkson N. Potter Publishers, 2004

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  • on January 12, 2013

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    I love dulce de leche. But, rather than boiling in a can and risking bad stuff leaching into your condensed milk, transfer a 14 ounce can to two half pint canning jars and then follow the recipe here. An additional benefit is that you can see how dark the dulce de leche is in canning jars which you can't do in a closed can. I like mine fairly dark, so being able to monitor it is a benefit for me. Plus I don't have to worry about exploding cans or bad stuff leaching into my yummy dulce de leche.

    Once you have a good supply of dulce - try a Bannoffe pie. Truly a swoon-worthy dessert.

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