Dulce De Leche


"Dulce de leche ("milk candy"), is a milk-based syrup. Found as both a sauce and a caramel-like candy, it is popular across Latin America. It is prepared by slowly heating sweetened milk to create a product similar in taste to caramel. Especially popular in Colombia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, Chile, and Argentina it is also consumed in Ecuador, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Bolivia, Peru, Puerto Rico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama. It is known by many names throughout the world: in Mexico, it is known as cajeta, manjarblanco in Peru, simply manjar in Chile, and arequipe in Colombia. The name literally means “sweet of milk” or “milk candy” in Spanish and Portuguese." (Wikipedia)

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the liquid form of dulce de leche