To make a caramel in a can that is really interesting as well as this is a nice process to make of this. In the footage we have noticed that the process of making caramel in a can. To make this sweet caramel Sweetened condensed milk is a staple in several dessert recipes, but it can also be used to make a caramel-like sauce that’s great on its own, as a pie or cake filling, or drizzled over fruit or ice cream. We can have such sweet caramel Only use a can of condensed milk that has a sealed lid for this method: do not use a can with a pull-tab lid. There will be a fair bit of pressure building up inside the can as you boil it, and you don’t want the lid popping off. Make sure the can is fully immersed and that there’s an extra two inches of water covering the can. This will prevent the can from overheating and possibly exploding, and prevent the milk from burning. By placing the can on its side, you will prevent it from bouncing around as the water boils. When it begins to simmer, turn it down to medium heat and allow to simmer for two to three hours or three hours if you want the sauce thicker and darker. Check on the can every 30 minutes. Turn the can every half hour to prevent scorching. Top up the water as needed to ensure there’s always one to two extra inches of water covering the can. When two to three hours are up, remove the can with a slotted spoon or tongs and place it on a wire rack. Allow it to cool to room temperature. Don’t open the can until it has fully cooled. You guys if you like this footage you are requested to share this among your friends & family to make them know of this sweet process.
It really couldn’t get easier than this. The next time you want to enjoy some caramel, your can save almost $5 per container with this hack we found from Todd’s Kitchen. All you need is a cheap can of sweetened condensed milk, a large pot of boiling water, and some time. Here’s how the magic is done: