No need to boil a can of condensed to enjoy this South American classic - with an added note of sweet maple open the jar and savour on the spot!
There are countless ways to use dulce de leche: as a topping for pancakes, toast, puddings or sliced fruit, or even as a condiment with your savoury recipes. Add an original touch to your drinks by dipping a spoonful of dulce de leche in your coffee, your hot chocolate, or even a Vietnamese coffee with a kick of gin.
Opened in 2001 and ranked among Canada’s 100 Best Restaurants, Au Pied de Cochon has become a true institution on the Quebec culinary scene. In firm contrast to the culinary trends promoting light and healthy recipes, the chef made his mark with rich and plentiful dishes. The reputation of chef and founder, Martin Picard, has spread beyond the borders of La Belle Province spurring the launch his own line of products inspired by his hearty cooking.
From Montreal, Quebec.
Ingredients: Evaporated milk, liquid sugar, maple syrup, lactose.