dulce de lechenoun
Definition of dulce de leche
: sweetened caramelized milk that is traditionally made by reducing a mixture of milk and sugar over heat Pastry chefs are obsessed with dulce de leche, the luscious, milky South American caramel. — Food & Wine … the three distinct textures—cakey brownie, gooey dulce de leche and semi-firm ganache—worked in a tasty little harmony.— Gregory Furgala To make a good dulce de leche—a gradual reduction of milk and sugar and bicarbonate of soda—is a time consuming and laborious process …— Joe McNamee Dulce de leche is a luscious topping made by slowly caramelizing sweetened milk. Many people make it by boiling a can of condensed milk unopened in a pot of simmering water …— Stephanie Eddy —often used before another noun … astonishingly rich dulce de leche cheesecake with spiced caramel popcorn.— John Mariani
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