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Evaporated milk is a commercial milk product created by reducing milk to about 40% of its original volume.

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"tall can of evaporated milk", how big is it?

We have a recipe for chocolate fudge that is 40+ years old. That recipe calls for a "tall can of evaporated milk" and one (8 oz) jar of marshmallow creme. In the last few years we've been ...
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Will substituting evaporated milk for whole milk change the flavor or texture of custard

When making custard if I substitute evaporated milk for whole milk will it change the flavor or texture of the custard?
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Boil candy for 1-½ hours to soft ball stage?

I’ve recently run across a recipe in a vintage cookbook (probably the fifties, as the phone numbers in it are exchange numbers) for “Two-Hour Candy”: Two-Hour Candy 7 c. sugar 1 cube butter 1 lg. ...
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Heating milk in yogurt-making

I'd like to make yogurt with non-fat dried milk enriched with canned (full-fat) evaporated milk. Since both these products have already been heated in the manufacture, do I need to heat/cool the ...
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How to make ice cream base using evaporated milk easier to work with?

I sometimes try to make “chewy” ice cream using evaporated milk or dulce de leche made using the “boil a can of sweetened condensed milk” method in the base. For the batch I’m wrangling now, I used a ...
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If evaporated milk is mixed with water, does it have the same calcium and vitamin D amounts as regular milk?

when you add equal amounts of water to evaporated milk, will it have the same calcium and vitamin D amounts as regular milk?
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Can I substitute condensed milk for evaporated milk in icing?

My icing recipe for German chocolate cake pecan icing calls for evaporated milk, but I only have condensed milk. Can I use the condensed milk instead? If so, do I need to make any adjustments to it?
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Jello and Evaporated Milk Dessert

In the 50s, my mother used to whip Jello and Evaporated milk together, pour it into single serve bowls and refrigerate. The result was a creamy foam that separated into two layers, forming a lighter ...
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Can you make caramel with evaporated milk?

So I love cooked sweetened condensed milk (caramel, dulce de leche, all that). It's really simple to make - just cook the stuff for a while - and it tastes awesome. That said, I could really stand ...
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Mixing condensed and evaporated milk for fudge?

Before anybody says this is a duplicate, I'm not asking about the difference between the two milks; I already know that. What I'm looking for is a way to lessen the sugar content of sweetened ...
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Can I use sweetened condensed milk instead of evaporated milk for pumpkin pie?

The recipe calls for evaporated milk, but I only have sweetened condensed. Can I use it instead?
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Is it possible to make evaporated milk using powdered milk?

I have read a related question about how to make evaporated milk, but the answer specifies that homogenized milk must be used. I was wondering if its possible to speed up the process by using powdered ...
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where to keep an opened can of condensed milk safe

Where is the best place to keep an opened can of condensed milk safe? I know the unopened one is okay on the counter but what about when you open the can to use half of it?
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Can evaporated milk be converted to "regular" milk?

I've got a recipe that calls for 2 1/2 cups whole milk, but I don't drink whole milk all that often and if I buy any it'll just end up spoiling in the fridge before I can use it all. Canned ...
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Getting cream from evaporated milk

Separating cream from raw milk does not have high yield. This should be easier when the milk is concentrated, as we want to separate the watery part of milk, which is already disappeared in evaporated ...
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How do I "evaporate" milk?

I have a recipe that calls for evaporated milk. How can I make "Evaporated Milk" (from raw milk), or a reasonable substitute for the canned evaporated milk found at the supermarket?
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What is a good recipe that uses a lot of evaporated and/or sweetened milk? [closed]

I have 60 oz of evaporated milk and don't know what to cook with it. I have found some recipes, but they only call for 12 oz to be used and I'm about to get another 36 oz. What is a good recipe (or ...
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Can evaporated milk be converted to sweetened condensed?

(Not a duplicate of this question, I don't believe) If I have a recipe that calls for sweetened condensed milk but only have a can of evaporated milk, is there anything I can do to it to the ...
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Is sweetened condensed milk a substitute for evaporated milk?

I have a recipe for Thai Green Curry that calls for evaporated milk, which I don't have. I do have sweetened condensed milk, will that do?
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