Dulce de leche is a spreadable cream that tastes like toffee. Have you ever tasted it? Come on, let's do it together!
If you don't like hazelnut cream, but still want to indulge in a sweet "spreadable temptation", try the dulce de leche on rusks or on bread. You will discover all the goodness of a dark cream that tastes of caramel and vanilla, fragrant and delicious.
This delight which is also commonly called toffee cream or toffee cream is typical of South America and is widely used in the preparation of sweets of all kinds.
Preparing it is very easy. Follow our recipe.
Classic recipe of the dulce de leche
First cut a vanilla bean and extract the seeds with a small knife.
Then pour 750 ml of fresh milk, 250 ml of fresh cream, 280 gr of sugar, vanilla seeds, a pinch of baking soda and a pinch of salt into a high and very large pot.
Let everything cook by mixing with a whisk and after about 30 minutes the mixture will have changed color becoming amber. After an hour the cream will be ready. However, try it by letting it fall a little on a plate. If it remains compact, it is ready, if it is still liquid, let it cook for a little longer.
Quick recipe of the dulce de leche
Dulce de leche can also be prepared simply with a can of condensed milk. Just place the still sealed can in a pot that contains it and fill it with water up to half the height. Bring to a boil and then lower the heat and cook for about 3 hours.
Finally pass the can under a jet of cold water, open it and the dulce de leche is ready!
How to use dulce de leche in the kitchen
If you are greedy for this cream and want to taste it in many different ways, follow our tips in the tutorial above.
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