In our previous episode I spoke about phony condensed milk that is flooding the markets around the world-- if you missed it, the link is in the description below. Today I am going to show you how to make your own condensed milk in your home utilizing simply milk and sugar. Given that most recipes require condensed milk on can measurements, this dish will make the precise equivalent of a single can of condensed milk. Just double up the dish and adjust the timings accordingly if you need 2 cans. The included bonus offer of making your own condensed milk is that it works out at approximately half the rate of store-bought condensed milk. To start, distribute 2 and one quarter cups of complete cream milk, and 2 thirds of a cup of sugar plus one tablespoon. You can use any white sugar, however I choose to use caster sugar as it is highly improved and includes less impurities, leading to less residue or slag that has to be skimmed from the top of the pot.