Manjar Blanco

(Chilean) (Peruvian)

milk, sugar, vanilla

Manjar blanco is a custard made from milk, vanilla bean and sugar, simmered until thick, rich and absolutely divine! Manjar Blanco is a traditional sweet enjoyed daily throughout South America – as a filling for pastries, the sweet centre of alfajor biscuits and tejas (filled chocolates) or simply enjoyed on its own as a dessert.

Created June 30, 2016 by: itisclaudio

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