Caramel Rum

    Caramel Rum

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    Caramel Rum

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    4hr40min


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    About this recipe: Caramelised condensed milk is blended with spiced rum, to create this rich, creamy and exceedingly smooth caramel rum drink. It's perfect for after dinner sipping, in coffee, served with ice or poured over ice cream.

    Ingredients
    Serves: 32 

    • 2 (397g) tins sweetened condensed milk
    • 300ml spiced rum

    Method
    Prep:5min  ›  Cook:4hr  ›  Extra time:35min cooling  ›  Ready in:4hr40min 

    1. Remove the labels from the cans of milk. Place the cans into a large saucepan and cover with a few centimetres of water. Bring to the boil over high heat, then reduce heat to medium, cover and simmer for 4 hours. Keep an eye on the water level and add water as needed to keep at least an 2.5cm of water above the cans. After the cans have boiled for 4 hours, remove from the boiling water and set aside to cool for 35 minutes.
    2. Open the cans and scrape the browned milk into a bowl, whisk in the spiced rum until smooth, then pour into a bottle with a lid. This drink will keep for 2-3 months in the refrigerator.
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    Very delicious, very naughty. I mix with Milk and add ice to make a long cocktail.  -  16 Sep 2010

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    I took another reviewer's method and used the oven instead of boiling the mixture in a can. The top layer of the milk did nearly burn after an hour, but it was easily removed. I used 1/4 rum for one can of milk to adjust it to my tastes...IT'S SO GOOD. I hesitated to use the original method of browning the milk simply because the can has a label saying 'Do Not Heat in Can.' I've been told this pertains to using on a fire, but it was easier and FASTER to go with the oven method anyway. I do not like the taste of alcohol, so add the rum slowly until you have the taste you want. The full amount would be too much for 'light' drinkers.  -  29 Dec 2010  (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)

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    I found this recipe when trying to use up the rest of a can of sweetened condensed milk. Since the can was opened, I had to find a different method of heating the milk. I put the milk into a pie plate and the pie plate into another dish that I filled with boiling water. I placed this into a 375 oven for about an hour. Then continued with the recipe. I also blended the mixture because otherwise there would have been lumps. It is delicious and only took an hour and 15 minutes (total) to make instead of the almost 5 hours it states on here.  -  23 Dec 2009  (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)

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