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> blog post J.P.'s Food Tip #1: caramel out of a can

J.P.'s Food Tip #1: caramel out of a can
Sun, 13 Feb 2005 12:31:07

Ingredients: For this you need 1 tin can of condensed milk, a pan, some water and a heating device (preferably one suited for cooking).

Preparation: Put the unopened can in the pan. Put water in the pan. Let the water boil for two hours. Take the can from the pan. Open the can, et voila, caramel out of a can.

The recipe is from grrlfrnd's bolivian steph-mother. It's a south-american/middle east thing to do. They smear it on their bread, eat it out of a can and such.

A word of caution: i'm not really sure if heated cans can explode in water, but he South-American knowledge-base over here has no recollection of known incidents. Enjoy at own risk.

-- rectification -> grrlfriend saw the post and said: "you such are a typical journalist, you hear things and then you get it wrong." She didn't get the recipe from her steph-mother but from some friends from Chile. My sincere apologies. <- rectification --


comments

on Mon, 14 Feb 2005 09:55:32 Henny said:

Oh I realy love this kind of recepies. Pls more.


on Mon, 14 Feb 2005 15:40:47 Jeanette said:

Me toooooo! give me more!! Hanna, good luck tomorrow!! Love J.


on Tue, 15 Feb 2005 09:13:24 tieze said:

well yes i could of course but then, u could also let your lazy fingers do some work and post some nice recepies here yourself. It doesn't have to come from me all the time now does it.


on Tue, 15 Feb 2005 10:45:11 muf said:

Another famous swedisch recipe.
http://frontpage.fok.nl/nieuws/51292


on Thu, 17 Feb 2005 14:41:45 ronny said:

Tiesje, did anyone I know try this recepie yet? It seems deliciouse, but I'm not so fond of exploding cans.


on Thu, 17 Feb 2005 14:53:10 tiezepies said:

Yes in fact my woman did, and i ate out of the can you see above. we were both unharmed.


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