|Sugar: User's Guide To Sucrose (AVI Books)|
|by Charles W. Baker|
Written for the food scientist, and food product developer, this reference manual discusses the physical and chemical properties of sucrose and it...
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Add first 3 ... degrees. Take off stove; add mint flavoring and stir. Sprinkle powdered sugar on an oblong pan. Pour candy. Let stand for a second and cut.
Mix first three ... medium heat until sugar dissolves. Boil, without ... lightly greased cookie sheet. Cool; break into pieces. Makes in excess of two pounds.
Cook sugar, syrup and water to 300 degrees. Remove from heat and add color and flavor. Pour onto powdered sugar. Let cool break into small pieces.
Mix well and drop on baking sheet with teaspoon. Bake 20-25 minutes at 350 degrees. To be sure not to burn, place a pan of water on the lower shelf ...
Mix first 3 ... medium heat until sugar dissolves. Boil without ... flavoring and coloring. Pour onto lightly greased cookie sheet. Cool; break into pieces.
Sprinkle powdered sugar on aluminum foil ... flavoring, green food coloring. Pour onto foil covered sheet. Cool; break into pieces. Store in air-tight container.
Sprinkle cookie sheet with powdered sugar or spread a ... stir occasionally until candy thermometer reaches hard ... cookie sheet. Cool. Break in pieces.
In heavy saucepan, ... peppermint oil. Pour on cookie sheet that has been generously covered with powdered sugar. As it cools, cut or break into pieces.
Combine water, sugar and syrup in ... stage (checking with candy thermometer). Take off ... brown bag with powdered sugar. Shake well ... Makes about 2 pounds.
Combine sugar, water, corn ... degrees. Add coloring and cook to 290 to 300 degrees. Add flavoring. Pour onto powdered sugar cookie sheet. Let cool and break.
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