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Dulce de leche is a combination of milk and sugar that has been slowly cooked until the sugars caramelize, producing a thick, creamy, intensely flavored spread. A simple, safe way to make it is by baking sweetened condensed milk in a water bath (no need to constantly monitor the stove or worry about scorching sugar). Dulce de leche is extremely versatile and can be used as an ice cream topping, a dip for fresh fruits, or the filling in Alfajores cookies.
This recipe was featured as part of our Argentine Grilling menu.
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