It looked very impressive, but what does dulce de leche taste like? Is it butterscotch tasting? Or just caramel? Also, if i were to make some dulce.
To add to the confusion, the silky smooth and rich caramel ' Dulce de Leche,' also goes by the name of Cajeta in some Latin American countries.
When looking for an ice cream topping, dessert lovers might notice that caramel and butterscotch syrups look and taste pretty similar. From left to right: butterscotch chips, toffee, caramel Dulce de leche: Milk and sugar are simmered and stirred; water evaporates, and the.
Let me just start by making this clear: dulce de leche is NOT caramel. It may be used instead of caramel to top sundaes, fill crêpes and drizzle.
OK. Obviously "de leche " is milk But what's the difference between caramel and dulce ? Any help in clarify this matter is, as always, greatly.