Dulce de Leche Crepe (Argentinian)

Jean Philippe - Dulce de Leche Crepe

Dulce de Leche Crepe sounds a like a really yummy dessert. For one, I love crepe, pancakes, any variations of these basic ingredients eggs, flour and milk. Morphing condensed milk into dulce de leche takes about four hours, but it makes this an insatiable craving! Whether it is called manjar in Chile and Ecuador, or manjar blanco/arequipe in Colombia, Peru and Venezuela, or even known in Portuguese as doce de leite, this candy of milk is simply irresistible.

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