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Dulce de leche

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This has probably been answered before but I can't find it. When I use the Nestles Dulce de leche for filling in a cake does the cake need to be refrigerated? Is it perishable like whip cream and can only stay out an hour maybe or more like cream cheese that can stay out for several hours? Thanks.
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I'm not familiar with DDL, but sweetened condensed milk requires refrigeration after the can's opened.

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I make dulce de leche by cooking a can of condensed milk in the pressure cooker. My kids and husband eat it straight from the can, either cooked or uncooked. The opened cans have been left out overnight and they still taste the same the following morning.
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Originally Posted by sugarfancy View Post

I make dulce de leche by cooking a can of condensed milk in the pressure cooker. My kids and husband eat it straight from the can, either cooked or uncooked. The opened cans have been left out overnight and they still taste the same the following morning.


I realize that this is a super old thread, but since you seem to have experience with making dulce de leche in the pressure cooker, you may have the answer to my question.  I also make it that way... and yes, my family also eats it straight out of a can, cooked or uncooked icon_smile.gif. The question is, can you cook a can that has tabs to open or only the regular kind. They seem to be coming out with the tabs on a lot of brands (including Borden, my preferred brand).

Thanks in advance!

 

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