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My best firend has a craving for something from home.  She wants Paynoose and we can't find a recipe.  Can anyone post it here?
 
Thanks,  Any help woud be great.
 
P.S.  We have no access to fresh cow's milk.  It would have to be from store bought milk.
 
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Quote msjoy Replybullet Posted: 17†Aug†2007 at 12:25pm

Sorry I can't help I never heard of Paynoose before. Is there another spelling or whatís the ingredients? Maybe together we on the CC board can help.

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Quote Jodipie Replybullet Posted: 17†Aug†2007 at 1:04pm
It could be spelled another way but I'm not sure.  From what she remembers you boil whole milk with lime speel until it busts, adding sugar and cooking it down until it make small curds.
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Sorry I never heard of this
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Quote weezie Replybullet Posted: 17†Aug†2007 at 2:33pm
Originally posted by Jodipie

It could be spelled another way but I'm not sure.  From what she remembers you boil whole milk with lime speel until it busts, adding sugar and cooking it down until it make small curds.


I know what you are talking about...

curdled milk fudge
traditionally you can curd the milk with drops of lime (or vinegar)...
The whey (or liquid) separates from the curd, like cheese, and you let the liquid boil down or evaporate (for about an  hour) with cinnamon (spices) sugar, grated lime peel etc, until it forms a  paste. Stir frequently.  I like it a little burn.

Short cut
: I think once the milk cuts, you can strain off the liquid and proceed to work with the curd only, add spices and cook down to a sticky paste or until you can see the bottom of the pot when you stir it...


 


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Quote Jodipie Replybullet Posted: 17†Aug†2007 at 2:45pm
Thanks, that helps.  If anyone has a recipe with measurements of how much of each ingredient to use that would be good too.  Thanks.
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Quote msjoy Replybullet Posted: 17†Aug†2007 at 2:48pm
curddled milk fudge, Embarrassed I don't know this one.
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From Dominican Cooking

Cortadito de leche (Curdled milk fudge)


Dulce de Leche Cortada is a delicious dessert with a touch of sour. It is prepared with curdled milk and its luscious, chewy texture does not detract from its simplicity.

       Ingredients:
  • 6 cups of whole milk at room temperature
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon of lime peels
  • 1/4 cups of raisins
  • 4 tablespoons of lime juice at room temperature
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 large cinnamon stick

          Preparation:
  1. Mix the milk and egg, stirring until they are well mixed. Sieve to eliminated undisolved egg parts. Mix in cinnamon, lime peels, raisins and sugar and put in a bowl at low heat. When it breaks a boil add the lime juice one tablespoon at a time in different spots, boil at medium heat, do not stir unless it is sticking to the pot. The milk will eventually curdled and float in thin caramel. Adjust sugar to taste. Turn off the heat and cool to room temperature. Chill before serving.


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Quote Jodipie Replybullet Posted: 17†Aug†2007 at 3:00pm
Thank you so much.  I'll try it and let you know how it come out!
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Quote weezie Replybullet Posted: 17†Aug†2007 at 3:02pm
Originally posted by msjoy

curddled milk fudge, Embarrassed I don't know this one.

I use to be so happy when the milk gets 'cut'   hehehe!
Next time the milk 'cuts', (no stinky) make this...



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