There are several different dulce de leche recipes, and although all of them should produce a delicious sweet cream, there might be some differences between one and the other. The only way to find out which recipe is the one you like the most is to actually try them, since opinions ab out them are always subjective. Here we will share a couple of the most traditional dulce de leche recipes you could find.
According to one of the most traditional dulce de leche recipes you would need: 4 lts milk, 1 kg sugar, 1/2 teaspoon baking soda and a bit of vanilla essence. You should mix all these ingredients in a big strong recipient and cook the preparation with the fire set to high, stirring every now and then until it starts changing color and becomes thicker. When this happens, you should continue cooking on low fire and stirring often until it reaches the consistency you prefer.
If you want to try other dulce de leche recipe, you would need 3 lts milk, 1/2 lts water, 1 kg sugar, a bit of vanilla essence and 1/2 teaspoon baking soda. Again, you should mix all these ingredients and put them in a big strong recipient, cooking the preparation in high fire until it becomes thicker and then setting the fire to the minimum until it reaches the consistency you prefer. Don't forget to stir it every now and then during the first stage and more often after it becomes thicker.
According to other traditional dulce de leche recipe, you would need to have: 3 lts milk, 1 kg sugar, 160 cc water, and 2/3 teaspoon baking soda. You should start by mixing the milk and the sugar and cooking it in a strong recipient until it starts to become thick. Once it starts becoming thick, you should move it away from the fire, add the baking soda, and stir it (always in one same direction) until it isn't boiling anymore. Then, you should add the boiling water and continue stirring until it reaches the consistency you like.