Sweetened Condensed milk is everything. Its literally liquid crack. One taste and you are hooked for life. It’s milky, it’s thick and creamy, it’s sweet and it’s the perfect addition to a myriad of desserts.
The only drawback is that there is currently nobody making a cholov Yisroel version of it. So, in an attempt to make sure that my recipes are accessible to as many people as possible I set out to create my own sweetened condensed milk.
I made a huge batch because truthfully, this stuff is good in everything. If you are already making it, you might as well have enough left over to make truffles, salted dulce de leche, or even just add to your coffee for the best latte you will ever have in your life! I’m gonna include links to some of my recipes that use it to give you a few ideas!
Watch the video and see how easy it is to do
330g (10.5 oz) condensed milk
1/2 tsp maldon salt or any coarse salt
Fill a small pot half way with water
Place a medium sized glass bowl on top and make sure the water is not touching the bottom of the pot
(If it is, just pour a little out)
Remove bowl and turn on stove to medium low heat
Pour the condensed milk into the bowl and cover with tinfoil
Once the water begins to steam place the bowl back onto the pot
Leave there to cook for anywhere from 1-2 hours
Every 30 minutes, remove the tinfoil and whisk
you will know its done when the condensed milk has darkened and looks like…caramel!
Remove from heat and allow to cool for 15 minutes
Stir in salt