Dulce de Leche

What Is the Difference Between Dulce de Leche and Caramel?

At a glance, it might be difficult to divine the answer to the question, What is the difference between caramel and dulce de leche? They're both gloriously rich and golden sauces with sweet and toasty...

ISO Banoffee pie (classic) recipe

by CassandreTl 1 year ago

Does anyone have a reliable recipe for classic banoffee pie? Here the thing: I have never eaten a banoffee pie. I'd like to make it for my mum ; she tried it while travelling and can't stop talk...

Chocolates Grulla "Gold" Alfajores | Ensenada

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 year ago

Yesterday I dropped by La Flor de Calabaza https://www.chowhound.com/post/la-flor-de-la-calabaza-las-playitas-ensenada-1059046 to pick up some snacks and beverage provisions. The foil wrapper of Gr...

Thicker Dulce de Leche

by fooooooood 16 years ago

I've been making dulce de leche using the boil-the-can-of-condensed-sweetened-milk method. It's coming out fairly thick (I'm boiling from three to four hours), but I'm trying to figure out a way t...

How to save your chunky overcooked Dulce de Leche

by imaina89 4 years ago

I came across this problem, wanting to figure it out too. I tried keeping it in the hot water about 1/3 of the way up the can, can already open, spoon in hand, and get this, coffee cream, like t...

What to do with "chewy" dulce de leche?

by chuang 11 years ago

I made dulce de leche from a can of sweetened condensed milk with the intention of making banoffee, but I overcooked it and it is soooo thick I can chew it. I think if I heat it again, it would be ...

Canned condensed milk morphs into Dulce de Leche

by meganw 14 years ago

The Chowhound Team split this tangent from its original location on the L.A. board. http://www.chowhound.com/topics/382457 * * * * * I saw a great version on the food network recently... drop a c...

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