The cornmeal flavor of these polenta cakes is a delicious complement to the dried fruit. You can line the ramekins with the caramel and fruit a day ahead. These little gems are best served warm, but they’re good at room temperature, too.
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Too light. Caramel cooked to a light amber won’t give the roasty flavor you’re looking for-it will just taste sweet.
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