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- leche, caramelized, sweetened milk Caramel candies Creme Caramel, and the similar Crème Brûlée, a custard dish topped with sugar caramelized with a blowtorch...
- dietary : 0g Food portal Caramel corn, popcorn coated in caramel Confiture de lait, caramelized, sweetened milk Dodol, a caramelized confection made with...
- Caramel color or caramel coloring is a water-soluble food coloring. It is made by heat treatment of carbohydrates (sugars), in general in the presence...
- vanilla and other flavorings. Known as Pudim flan, made with milk, eggs, caramelized sugar and vanilla. Variations include orange or lemon zest, cinnamon...
- Caramel shortbread, also known as caramel shortcake, caramel squares, caramel slice, millionaire's shortbread, and millionaire's slice, is a biscuit confectionery...
- but un-caramelized kettle corn, may be a North American Colonial predecessor to caramel corn. There are many commercial brands and forms of caramel corn...
- Orange Caramel (Korean: 오렌지 캬라멜) was a South Korean pop group, and first subgroup of South Korean girl group After School. The subgroup was formed in...
- stirring almost constantly. Once the mixture thickens and turns the color of caramel it is done. At this point, one must be careful not to burn it. Another...
- Caramel apples or toffee apples are whole apples covered in a layer of caramel. They are created by dipping or rolling apples-on-a-stick in hot caramel...
- Caramel is a sweet food. Caramel may also refer to: Caramel color, a food coloring Caramel (film), a 2007 film directed by Nadine Labaki "Caramel", a...
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