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Measure sugar, corn ... minutes. Uncover. Insert candy thermometer; let cook ... shape. Pour into buttered platter, or drop on wax paper. Yield: 1 3/4 pounds.
Combine sugar, molasses ... until temperature on candy thermometer reaches 250 ... vanilla and nuts. Drop by tablespoons onto waxed paper. Makes 1 pound.
Boil sugar, corn syrup, and water together until it will form a hard ball when dropped in water. Beat egg whites and salt at speed 3 for 3 minutes in ...
Cook 2 cups brown sugar and water to melt until hard. Beat egg white until stiff. Stir ice syrup a little, at a time, until the egg white is cooked. ...
Cook first 4 ingredients together to form soft ball stage. Beat egg whites until they form stiff peaks. Gradually pour hot syrup mixture over egg ...
Add boiling water to sugar; stir until dissolved, then cook until it spins a thread. Remove from heat. Pour bubbling syrup in fine stream over beaten ...
Boil sugar, corn syrup and water together until it forms soft ball stage. Then pour over remaining ingredients.
In small bowl ... 225 degrees on candy thermometer (hard ball ... in covered container. Keeps several weeks (if it lasts that long!). Makes about 1 pound.
Boil until hairs or forms a hard ball in cold water. Beat 2 egg whites, add 1 teaspoon vanilla. Pour the syrup mixture in slowly, beat until real ...
Boil with lid ... by teaspoonfuls. When candy has cooled sufficiently, ... need. This is the only perfect icing for fresh coconut or Tutti Frutti Cakes.
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