|Bread: From Sourdough to Rye|
|by Linda Collister|
Bread: from sourdough to rye is a delicious journey around the great breads of the world, from Linda Collister, the author of several of the best ...
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How to Microwave Old Fashioned Fudge: ... use a conventional candy thermometer while microwaving. However, ... granulated sugar. Increase syrup to 2 tablespoons.
Combine sugar, soda, ... large 2 quart microwave bowl. Cover with ... degrees on a candy thermometer. (Do not ... when making candy the conventional method.
Microwave in shallow non-metallic ... 234 degrees on candy thermometer, stirring every ... buttered shallow baking dish. Chill before cutting into squares.
Combine sugar, butter ... tolerate high heat. Microwave on high 7 ... or until microwave candy thermometer reaches 234 degrees ... temperature. Cut into squares.
In a 5 ... pecans. Mix well. Microwave on high for ... (238 degrees on candy thermometer). DO NOT ... foil, add a tablespoon of boiling water and beat again.
Cook this in a microwave-safe container which ... 236 degrees on candy thermometer). Do not ... and pour into buttered 7"x12" dish. Cool; cut in pieces.
Combine sugar, soda, ... holes in wrap. Microwave on HIGH for ... until it tests 236 degrees on a candy thermometer. (Do not put thermometer in microwave.)
In a large ... (238°F on a candy thermometer). Remove from microwave and add chocolate ... Cooks Note: A Candy Thermometer is recommended for best results.
Combine baking soda, ... 20 minutes or candy thermometer at 240 degrees ... mixture. Pour onto cookie sheet 1/4 inch thick let cool and break in pieces.
Combine sugar, water, ... to large) and microwave on high until candy thermometer reaches 240 degrees. ... different. Keep close watch on your temperatures.
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