Dulce de Leche from Sewin'Sue

Dulce de Leche from Sewin'Sue

Put the sealed can in a tall pan of water -- can should be put on top of something so it isn't resting on the bottom of the pan (maybe a small metal rack, metal canning jar lid, or what I did -- put it inside a colander) . Put in enough water so the can is totally covered. The only pot I had that was actually tall enough to do this was my stock pot.

Simmer for anywhere between 1-1/2 hours (for lighter, thinner sauce) to 4 hours (for a more solid result). Let cool.

It really is that easy.

(We claim no responsibility if the can goes "off", etc., not that we heard of it happening. Just saying... Use your common sense.)


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