Just the sound of Dulce de Leche Ganache rolling off of the tongue ignites visons of silky caramel delight.
A traditional Argentinian dessert made by caramelizing sugar in milk, La Lechera has made this ganache one step easier.
When beginning this blog I made a promise. Any steps along the way that had given me headaches would be eliminated for my busy bees.
Just the thought of getting hateful comments…sigh...I hate getting stung and gotta protect my hive.
And this Dulce de Leche Ganache is rated high for success.
One promise that was made: simple & successful ganache recipes.
If you’re a newbie to the caking world ganache is a good way to be buzzing the hive with no sign of entry.
In the beginning, I must have thrown out a multitude of ganache concoctions. In fact, it was when noticing the hubby getting a little wide in the girth that the racoons began to get fatter.
Seriously, the head racoon is super-sized. He’d fight off the mob when throwing out a batch. One night he took the whole bowl and ran off. Didn’t see him for a week. He probably went into a sugar coma.
Now he stares at the backdoor and looks perturbed with getting food scraps. ‘Where’s the ‘fr****ing’ chocolate dudette!’
With a smooth creamy taste of caramel, Dulce de Leche Ganache will be one of your favorites recipes. No hours spent caramelizing the condensed milk or time / fails making caramel sauce.
It’s a guarantee ‘nailed it’ recipe. And having La Lechera Dulce de Leche in the fridge, it’s ‘nom nom delicious!‘
CHOCOLATE IS TO WOMEN WHAT DUCT TAPE IS TO MEN
IT FIXES EVERYTHING
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