|Oils and Vinegars|
|by Jean-Francois Plante|
Oils and vinegars are too often regarded as a modest ingredient used only to sprinkle on salads.
1 - 10 of 161 for vinegar candy
Boil sugar, vinegar and water until ... forms in cold water. Add remaining ingredients and pour into a buttered pan to harden. When cool, cut into squares.
Put butter in kettle and melt. Add vinegar and sugar. Stir ... and pull until it becomes very light in color and is too stiff to pull any longer. Enjoy!!
In saucepan, combine ... 1/2 cup good vinegar and 1/2 cup ... chopped walnuts. Pour candy over the walnuts ... will come out in a sheet; break into pieces.
Melt 2 tbsp. ... and 1/2 cup vinegar. Stir until ... grab chunks and pull and stretch until porous and light-colored. Cut in pieces with kitchen shears.
Combine sugar with vinegar and cook over ... let cool until candy can be handled ... into a rope about 1 inch in diameter and snip off pieces with scissors.
Boil 20 minutes or until hardens in water. Then pour into greased plate to cool, but do not pull.
Mix and stir over medium flame until dissolved and boil it until it reaches crack stage. Pour into well greased tin and cut before it hardens, ...
Cook to firm ball stage (like fudge), then beat until it is creamy and begins to thicken. Pour quickly onto buttered plate and cut at once. ...
Cook over low fire, stirring occasionally to prevent scorching. When it spins a brittle thread. Pour onto a greased cookie sheet. Let stand until ...
Mix all ingredients in saucepan. Stir over heat until sugar is dissolved and occasionally afterwards. Boil until brittle when dropped in cold water. ...
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