I bought a pint sized mason jar and a can of Eagle brand 14 oz. condensed milk. I poured the milk in the mason jar and cooked it in the IP. Dulce de leche was ready. It was that simple. If you have an instant pot and a sweet tooth, you have to try the recipe.
You will need
1 can condensed milk (I used the 14 oz Eagle brand sweet condensed milk)
You will also need a mason jar. I used a one pint sized jar.
Wash and clean the jar. Open the can of milk and empty the contents in the jar.
Place the top on the jar, then place the lid and screw into place until you feel it resisting but not too tight. Place a trivet in the IP, I used the trivet that came with the IP. Place the jar over the trivet. Pour water around the jar until it is the same height as the milk in the jar, about half way up the jar.
Set the IP in manual mode for 35 minutes on High. NPR (natural pressure release) for 15 minutes. What that means is that you do not touch the IP until it finishes cooking and then starts counting up. You stop when it counts up to 15. Thereafter, you can release the pressure slowly by turning the value to venting. Once the pin drops and the pressure is released, open the IP and remove the jar. Careful, the jar is hot. Place the jar on the counter top to cool.
I let it cool for an hour and a half on the counter top then placed it in the refrigerator. Let it cool for a few hours. The Dulce de leche is ready!
Note: If you like a thinner consistency, cook it for about 30 minutes, no more.
This is my entry for week four, day three of BM #88 for the theme Bookmarked recipes. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#88.