Can anyone tell me how to make an Asian dish- Condensed Milk Bread?
Do you mean the typical snack of condensed milk spread on/soaked into sweet rolls? Where did you encounter the dish? The ethnic origin might give some clues.
I have not tried it myself - a friend told me about it. it is thick slices of white bread, spread with condensed milk and then caramelized with a small blow torch.
That's all there really is to it. Take a piece of thickly cut white or Hawaiian bread. Spread with a generous layer of condensed milk (or dulce de leche). I haven't heard their blow torch part, but I have never opposed pyrotechnics. :)
I think the interesting thing is the caramelization. Rather like an over-the-top French Toast.
If and when I experiment, I shall consider serving it with icy cold fresh fruit - peaches maybe.
Thank you for your help.
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