One of my favorite food blogs, Room for Dessert, is written in Hebrew (occasionally also in English).
Yesterday, she posted a lovely fudge recipe that I just had to try (cjr loves white chocolate, and, according to my wordle, so do I!).
I'll take the liberty of translating the recipe here.
You'll need some Dulce De Leche. There are a few options here 1. Buy some yourself. 2. Make some yourself (not so hard).
If you're going for option 2 you have yet a few more options. You can go with the microwave version which works well but you really have to monitor it constantly as mine boiled over several times, or, the oven version which was much less fuss (even if it took a longer time in the end).
Or something totally nontraditional, go with Alton Brown's version (no condensed milk necessary!)
Once you've got that down, the rest is easy!
500 grams white chocolate
150 grams (1/2 cup) dulce de leche
80 mL (1/3 cup) milk
100 g (1 cup) chopped pecans (or walnuts/whatever nut you like)
1. Over a double boiler (or a metal bowl placed over a pot of simmering water) melt the white chocolate, stirring constantly making sure not to burn.
2. When melted, add the dulce de leche and the milk, stir with a wisk trying your best to minimize the formation of air bubbles.
3. Remove from double boiler and fold in the pecans.
4. Pour out onto a parchment lined 9x9 baking dish (smaller = better, you can always use a loaf pan and just cut smaller pieces later). The thing you want to avoid is something with a lot of surface area -- fudge will be too thin.
5. Allow to cool overnight in refridgerator (or for 2 hours in the freezer).
6. Cut/serve as you see fit.
EDIT: for the extremely time crunched/lazy I bet a nickel you can make this in your microwave in one bowl (assuming you have the dulce de leche prepared). Melt the chocolate in the microwave on low power (carefully! slowly! mix after every 30 seconds and the large chunks will dissapear) add the milk and dulce de leche when melted and whisk. Fold in pecans. Proceed from step 4.