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Lavender Dulce De Leche

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Lavender Dulce de Leche
If you’ve never had dulce de leche you’re in for a treat. Making this is as easy as boiling water, but it does require patience. The process takes three hours of monitored boiling followed by an overnight wait but the results are worth it. The texture of dulce de leche is velvety smooth and not as tacky as caramel, but with and equally rich flavor. The French lavender shines and is brightened with the salty crunch from the fleur de sel. Swirl some into your lattes, dollop on desserts and even go savory on glazed ham. Or eat it on bread as shown here. It’s all good.

 


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