Homemade Dulce De Leche

Recipe By: Debra Eisert
Published in: FoodWine

1 can sweetened condensed milk, unopened
1 crockpot
Water to cover.

Debra's comments:
I use my crockpot on low, cover the can, and absolutely have never
had a problem. I use the timing that Terry references, at least
roughly. It may run longer because I lose track of time. I keep a
high enough water level that even evaporation shouldn't cause
problems. It is easy and delicious.

Terry's Comments on timing.
Keep at a low boil for two to three hours, making sure the water level
always stays above the top of the can (if the can isnt submerged, it
may explode). The longer it cooks, the thicker the dulce de leche will
be; after two hours, youll be able to drizzle it, and after three
hours, it will be thick enough to sandwich cookies. Make sure the can
is thoroughly cool before you open it.

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