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I have been wondering around.

 

recently i got interest in cooking using evaporated and condensed milk.

because evaporated and condensed milk can store longer compare to fresh milk.

So decided to develope on this part.

 

I know the the famous Dulce de leche using condensed milk.

 

Just want to know any famous recipe using evaporated milk, or condensed milk?

 

Thank you =)

post #2 of 11
Sweetened Condensed milk is often used in Flan, in Southern Chess pies (and the vairous custard relatives). I've seen it in many key lime pie recipes
post #3 of 11
The first recipe that comes to mind is tres leches, or "three milks". It is a soft spongy cake soaked with condensed and evaporated milk, and heavy cream! Delicious.
post #4 of 11

Vietnamese and Thai coffees are  made with sweetened condensed milk. There are also lots of  tooth-achingly-sweet fudge recipes made with sweetened condensed milk. 

post #5 of 11

Vietnamese banana cake is made with condensed milk. 

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Originally Posted by ChicagoTerry View Post

Vietnamese and Thai coffees are  made with sweetened condensed milk. There are also lots of  tooth-achingly-sweet fudge recipes made with sweetened condensed milk. 

Ahh, yes another comes with condensed milk is Chocolate fudge. Thx u Chicago Terry =)

 

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The first recipe that comes to mind is tres leches, or "three milks". It is a soft spongy cake soaked with condensed and evaporated milk, and heavy cream! Delicious.

 

Tres Leches? woot, will give it a try

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Sweetened Condensed milk is often used in Flan, in Southern Chess pies (and the vairous custard relatives). I've seen it in many key lime pie recipes

 

Custard, flan, key lime pie.. Hmm interesting =) Thx

post #7 of 11

Submerge the can in water and simmer for 2 1/2 hours. Let the can cool completely. Open the can and you will have caramel.

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post #8 of 11

Condensed milk: Coconut macaroons

 

250 g shredded coconut

can of condensed milk.

Mix , bake 10 minutes (pretty easy)

 

Evaorated milk- 5 minute fudge.

 

 

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post #9 of 11

Petals,

 

14 ounces can of condensed milk?
 

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post #10 of 11

Pete,

 

It is 250g coconut

395 g tin of sweet condensed coconut.

 

Sorry,  should have spent more time on that one:

 

Here is another one;

 

14 ounces sweetened condensed milk

14 ounces of coconut

2 egg whites

vanilla

15 minutes or until golden. 350 F

 

some add vanilla & almond essence....depends on what you like.

 

Petals.


Edited by petalsandcoco - 6/18/12 at 8:21am

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post #11 of 11

Thanks Petals.

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