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- ⅛ tsp olive oil (for greasing)
- chopping board
Lightly oil a glass or wooden chopping board and set it aside.
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- 28⅞ g sweetened condensed milk
Empty the condensed milk into a medium-sized saucepan and place over low heat.
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Wash the condensed milk tins with water and add the water to the saucepan, and mix well combining the water with the condensed milk.
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- 18⅛ g brown sugar
Gradually add tablespoons of sugar and mix well to dissolve the sugar with the condensed milk.
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Continue stirring the mixture and ensuring that the sugar is dissolved and the mixture will not get burned.
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- ⅛ tsp vanilla extract
Add the vanilla essence and continue stirring.
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In adding the vanilla extract, ensure that all of the sugar has been added and is well combined with the condensed milk.
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- 1¼ g unsalted butter (room temperature)
With the milk-toffee mixture thickening, add the unsalted butter and continue stirring to combine the butter with the milk-toffee mixture.
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When mixing the thickening milk-toffee mixture- it should be evident of the mixture coming off the saucepan.
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Remove the heat and continue mixing the milk-toffee mixture for about 2 minutes and then carefully pour or scoop the mixture into the oil-prepared board.
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Evenly spread the milk-toffee mixture on the board and let it cool for 5-10 minutes. *Remember to quickly empty the mixture from the pan, to prevent the mixture from hardening.
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Once the mixture has cooled, cut the milk-toffee into desired sizes and enjoy with a black cup of coffee.
Enjoy your meal!