dulce de leche

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dul·ce de le·che

 (do͞ol′sĕ dĕ lĕ′chĕ)
A smooth, thick mixture made of caramelized milk and sugar, used as a flavoring, spread, or dessert topping.

[Spanish : dulce, sweet, sweet food (from Old Spanish, from Latin dulcis) + de, of (from Old Spanish, from Latin ) + leche, milk (from Old Spanish, from Latin lac); see melg- in Indo-European roots.]
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The wide range of products include powdered milk, fluid milk, sweetened condensed milk, butter, milk cream, cheeses (gorgonzola, parmesan/ grana padano and others), milk jam, modified milk, yoghurts and whey.
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For the milk jam, in a medium saucepan over medium heat, combine all of the ingredients.