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#562591 - 15th Aug 2011 2:09pm condensed milk
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Wot happened to fussels conny onny?

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#562625 - 15th Aug 2011 2:57pm Re: condensed milk [Re: parkgater]
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Still available according to a Google, along with Nestle and Carnation, I've got a tin of Carnation in the fridge, bought by mistake mind but I'll open it and spoon feed myself with it if need be, yummy yum.
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#562633 - 15th Aug 2011 3:05pm Re: condensed milk [Re: parkgater]
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Mmmmmmmmm... Conny onny (?) Open lid. Teaspoon at the ready. Yummy!
It's impossible just to have ONE spoonful only. IMHO of course.

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#562670 - 15th Aug 2011 4:11pm Re: condensed milk [Re: parkgater]
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Conny Onny in me tea. Conny Onny butties, sheer heaven. Always had one at the bottom of the Christmas stocking.

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#562709 - 15th Aug 2011 5:30pm Re: condensed milk [Re: parkgater]
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Oh come on, leave it out, I'm on a diet, just not fair. yumyum

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#562718 - 15th Aug 2011 5:46pm Re: condensed milk [Re: parkgater]
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Originally Posted By: parkgater
Wot happened to fussels conny onny?


its still in shops bought out by nestle

FUSSELLS CONDENSED MILK - CARNATION CONDENSED MILK
For all you loyal Fussellís fans, you are probably wondering what has happened to it. Well, it has simply taken on a fresh new look and is now called Carnation Condensed Milk. The recipe has not changed at all, so it is just as tasty as it always has been. And, because it is made with skimmed milk, you can afford to treat yourself, friends and family with delicious but lighter desserts and sweet treats.


Carnation and Carnation Light Condensed Milk are available in traditional cans and also new convenient squeezy bottles. All packs have easy to create recipes on them -

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#562737 - 15th Aug 2011 6:09pm Re: condensed milk [Re: free_spirit]
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remember as a sprog my dad giving me a conny onny butty to shut me up!!!
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#562743 - 15th Aug 2011 6:16pm Re: condensed milk [Re: hoseman]
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my mum used to have a tin in fridge with a tea spoon in it...yuk! lol

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#562873 - 15th Aug 2011 8:52pm Re: condensed milk [Re: free_spirit]
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my grandad use to have it in his tea with 4 sugars as well ee ha ha

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#562950 - 15th Aug 2011 11:52pm Re: condensed milk [Re: parkgater]
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It comes in squeezy tubes these days, no need for the spoon, wicked stuff!!!
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#562977 - 16th Aug 2011 1:32am Re: condensed milk [Re: parkgater]
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eww! condensed milk over tinned fruit was a staple pudding (or 'pudna' as i call it) as a kid!

eww. its Gross!
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#562979 - 16th Aug 2011 2:00am Re: condensed milk [Re: parkgater]
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Wasn't that evaporated milk on tinned fruit? I hate tinned fruit!

Conny-onny (sweetened condensed) butties were a once a year treat for us.
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#562981 - 16th Aug 2011 2:12am Re: condensed milk [Re: parkgater]
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Apologies! Conny onny is something else then?
Sorry, i assumed something else.
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#562995 - 16th Aug 2011 8:23am Re: condensed milk [Re: parkgater]
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Conny onny (Condensed milk) is very viscous stuff. Would be difficult to "pour" it. Got to say I love evap over tinned fruit too.

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#563028 - 16th Aug 2011 9:51am Re: condensed milk [Re: parkgater]
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Having spent a while in Latin America I know about Arequipe (spelling varies a bit) also known as Dulce de Leche.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dulce_de_leche

That is caramelised conny-onny
Yummy

Widely available in Latin America and served on/ in ice cream and on puds & biscuits. They sell little pots of the stuff for kid's lunchboxes

DIY version
http://www.mycolombianrecipes.com/arequipe-or-dulce-de-leche

There is a shortcut for preparing arequipe. Put a can of sweetened condensed milk in a pot of boiling water. The water should fully cover the can which must not be opened. Boil it for about 5 hours,adding water constantly to compensate for evaporation. Let it cool down 30 minutes before opening the can and you'll get a pretty good arequipe. I have also done this using a pressure cooker. Worked fine.

You can buy Arequipe in Tesco (sometimes) but often it has added flavours eg banana (yuk)

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