Browse by
Browse by
Browse by
Browse by
Dulce de Leche Cortada
Tested by Imperial Sugar
Dulce de Leche Cortada
Recipe Review
Click star to rate
Please share your comments about this recipe
Recipe comments are reviewed before publishing, Please allow several days for your review to appear.
Not yet rated! 0
Sign in to rate this recipe

Dulce de Leche Cortada is a  traditional dessert in Dominican Republic and other Latin American countries. It’s called leche cortada (Curdled milk) because as you add  the lemon juice  to the hot milk, it begins to divide like if it was curdled, but the milk used is fresh. It is a delicious topping for chocolate ice cream.

Prep time
0:20
Yield
One square baking dish
Sign in to post a comment
Dulce de Leche Cortada
Extra Fine Granulated Sugar
Prep time :
0:20
Yield :
One square baking dish

INGREDIENTS

  • 8 eggs, beaten one by one with a hand mixer in a bowl
  • 6 cups milk
  • 4 cups Imperial Sugar Extra Fine Granulated Sugar
  • 1/2 cup raisins
  • Juice of 1 lime
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • A few drops of rum
  • A few drops of vanilla extract

DIRECTIONS

  1. Put milk and cinnamon stick in a saucepan over medium heat. Heat until just before boiling point (when bubbles form around edges).
  2. Gradually add lime juice and sugar. Do not stir until mixture separates and becomes lumpy.
  3. Add eggs slowly, stirring constantly and when mixture forms a thick, smooth consistency, add raisins, rum and vanilla. Let cook 5 more minutes.
  4. Pour mixture into an ovenproof (Pyrex) dish and let cool, then refrigerate. Mixture will be lumpy.

IMPERIAL SUGAR INSIGHT

Can be served as a delicious topping for chocolate ice cream.

Shout Out To Our Baking Friends
    ::    Janice    ::    Michelle W    ::    M. Thomas    ::    KarenKK    ::    Sheila    ::    pat    ::    Jana    ::    Patricia M    ::    DarleneT    ::    fm avDLM    ::    Irene V    ::    sonja K Ravn    ::    Irene    ::    Deann    ::    edahlgren    ::    gem k    ::    Tammy Stallard    ::    Judith S    ::    michelle    ::    cpalulis
Trusted by home bakers since 1843
Imperial Sugar sugar bag

Sign up today for our free newsletter. Get exclusive recipes and coupons!

© 2012-2016 Imperial Sugar. All rights reserved. All Imperial Sugar branded products are the registered marks of the Imperial Sugar Company.