Origin: Latin America, Poland
Difficulty: Super Easy
According to Wikipedia, Dulce de leche is Spanish for “sweet [made] of milk”.
This is basically a “caramel sauce” which is made with milk, and it is delicious. Not so sweet as the one made with condensed milk, but still perfectly flavored. I really do prefer this recipe.
The most basic ingredients are used to make this at home:
Sugar & Milk.
You can really try this recipe at home. It is easier than making fudge, and it is a handy item to have in your cupboard over a weekend.
How to make Dulce de Leche:
Dulce de leche, in other countries, is also known as:
Spanish: ‘dulse ðe ˈletʃe‘
Portuguese: ‘doce de leite ‘
European Portuguese: ˈdosɨ dɨ ˈlɐjtɨ
Brazilian Portuguese: ˈdosi dʒi ˈleitʃi]
French: confiture de lait
As a topping or filling for:
Since I’ve discovered this recipe, it is a favorite in my house. I hope you enjoy it too.