|Sam Choy's Island Flavors|
|by Steven Goldsberry|
Charismatic restaurateur Sam Choy, famous throughout America for his innovative take on Hawaiian home cooking, brings the flavors of the islands r...
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In a heavy ... sugar. Boil to hard crack stage (300-310°F on a candy thermometer). Remove pan ... match the chosen flavor (yellow for lemon, ... butcher's string or raffia.
Boil water, remove ... like Jolly Rancher Candy Jello, an awesome ... Island Pineapple Jello: use Banana Pucker and Coconut Rum (very good tropical flavor)
Boil in heavy pan until hard crack. Add flavoring and food coloring. Cool completely, dump on to waxed paper and break into pieces.
Mix ingredients (except ... 300 degrees by candy thermometer. Do NOT ... cool enough to handle, cut with kitchen shears. Work fast as it hardens quickly.
Cook to 240 degrees, add desired food coloring, then cook to 300 degrees. Remove from heat and add flavoring. Pour onto buttered plate. You may ...
Mix first three ... of syrup form hard brittle threads cold ... sheet powdered with sugar. Cool; break into pieces. Store in airtight containers. 2 lbs.
Mix first three ... drops from a hard brittle threads in ... sprinkle heavily with powdered sugar, cool, break into pieces and store in Tupperware container.
Sprinkle 18 x ... of syrup form hard and brittle threads ... Peppermint - pink Wintergreen - pale green Cherry - red Grape - purple Butter rum - yellow brown.
Boil sugar, corn ... it reaches a hard-crack stage. Add ... hot liquid into this. Cool and crack. Shake pieces in powdered sugar. Use caution; very hot.
Mix ingredients, boil until 310 degrees on candy thermometer. Remove from ... aluminum foil until hard and crack into ... in powdered sugar, if desired.
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