Easy Dulce De Leche
Dulce de leche means "milk candy," and it's basically a thick caramel-like syrup made from slowly cooking milk and sugar. It is extremely popular throughout Latin America, and pound for pound, it's the world's most popular caramel confection.
IngredientsFor recipe ingredients, please refer to the video.
For recipe directions, please refer to the video.
Restriction:Lacto Ovo Vegetarian
Preparation Time:5 Minutes
Cook Time:240 Minutes
Ready In:245 Minutes
StoryLegend has it that a maid was making "lechada," a traditional boiled milk and sugar drink, and she forgot all about it. A few hours later she returned to find the pot bubbling with a thick caramel-colored syrup…dulce de leche was born.
Thick Sweet Milk Sauce
If you find a few cans of sweet condensed milk in your pantry and don’t know what to do with them, just use it to make Dulce de Leche. This wonderfully creamy, gooey, sweet caramelized milk confection, sauce or spread is a Latin American classic and similar to French Confiture de Lait, or simply milk jam in English. Chef John shows you a really simple way to make this versatile caramel sauce which you can eat alone as a dessert or use as a spread over toast, cookies, cakes and brownies or serve as a sauce.