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Making Salted Caramel from Regular Caramels

dawnsona | Jul 14, 201807:44 PM     6

I’m planning on making salted caramel tartlets. The recipe calls for melting soft salted caramels with cream. I haven’t been able to find salted caramels, but have regular caramels. I’m assuming I can make the tartlet with regular caramels as well, but do you think it’s possible to add salt to regular caramels when melting it to get to a substitute for salted caramels? And, if so, how much salt should I add?

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