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Ponemos a freír leche condensada y..ya.
I am totally gonna make this ! It looks really sweet and chewy.
Excellent 👍Thank you for sharing ❤️
It's your LiL Boy Sammy! Coming home from Alabammy! Oh Mammy! Cook us some eggs and Hammy! Oh Mammy!
My wife made this last night. So bomb
Thank you, just tried it, turned out ok, family like it anyway. Mine are like something out of Willy Wonka though, you only need one, and you are chewing for a good 10 mins.
It's amazing reading the comments how this simple recipe is known to so many different countries and generations. Also, how with just a pinch of this or that people can this make this their own unique creation. It seems like this makes a lot of people very nostalgic, so many memories of this sweet as a respite during hard times.
Is that oil you put in pan first
what was in it when she first started cooking it Looked like sausage gravy
wish I knew wot you were doing.. had to switch the video off as it was giving me motion sickness 🤮
WTH, is that music? Spanish?
Ive tried this it was so good thankyou ☺
My Daddy grew up during the depression and served in WWII. His favorite sweet to eat was sliced bread with condensed milk on it. He loved it!!!!
Looks like cut up hot dogs from a jar.
Dip that caramel in chocolate..yum!!
looks good but i am dizzy watching her roll the candy
Sorry, that does not look very good. Is it hard in the end, probablt chewy? It seems like if it was rolled in finely chopped nuts and powdered sugar or something it might be more appealing. This looks boring.
My grandma was a great teacher and THIS was one of her favorite things to teach us. She called it milk pillows:)
Here in Scotland UK we add butter and vanilla extract to the condensed milk in a deep thick based pan bring it to a rolling boil and once it starts to get to the caramel colour, we take it off the heat a beat it like billyoh. Takes a good 8 minutes or so of beating, has to be with a wooden spoon.When the mixture starts to go grainy/sugary granules and setting around edges of pan, pour it onto a lightly greased shallow baking tin and leave to set. Unfortunately due to Arthritis I can no longer beat anything any longer, I mean this in the nicest possible way lol. Lots of love from me Scotland xxx
Mavis I'm really impressed, not just at learning yet another way of using condensed milk, but, that you made the sweets using just 1 hand..other holding phone.AND! You never once got out of camera range😮, what very skilled person you are! well done you clever lady💖!. My mouth was watering through out your fabulous video.Loved the music too Xxx