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Cook sugar and cream in saucepan, slowly, until sugar has dissolved. Stop stirring, but continue cooking until a soft ball is formed (about 238 ...
Butter sides of ... Add butter, cool to 110 degrees. Add vanilla, beat until fudge is thick and loses its gloss. Quickly spread in buttered shallow pan.
Boil water, molasses and sugar over low heat until it hardens in cold water (270°F). Remove from heat. Beat egg whites in a large bowl and pour the ...
Line a 9 ... wooden spoon until fudge begins to thicken. ... foil to lift out of pan. Cut in squares, top each with a walnut half. Makes about 32 pieces.
Butter sides of ... Beat vigorously until fudge becomes very thick ... firm. NOTE: If desired, quickly stir in 1/2 cup broken nuts at end of beating time.
Melt chocolate, add sugar, milk, salt, corn syrup, and butter. Bring to a boil until the mixture forms a soft ball in cold water. Put water in small ...
In an iron skillet, add butter, cocoa, sugar and milk. Bring to a boil. Turn down heat so it won't boil over. Cook until it makes a hard ball in cool ...
Butter sides of ... Beat vigorously until fudge becomes thick and ... firm. Makes 1 1/4 pounds. For a lighter consistency use milk instead of heavy cream.
Butter the sides of a heavy 2 quart saucepan. In it combine sugar, milk, cocoa, salt and corn syrup. Heat over medium heat, stirring constantly until ...
Mix all together and boil 2 minutes, then add 1/2 cup chocolate. Cook until medium ball stage. Cool. Add chopped nuts and beat until creamy. Pour ...
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