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Thread: Fudge Recipe - Originally Posted by Mel

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    Default Fudge Recipe - Originally Posted by Mel

    TADAAAAAA!

    Quick Chocolate Fudge

    500g Dark Chocolate
    75g Unsalted Butter
    400ml Condensed Milk
    1/2 tsp Vanilla Essence

    Grease a 20 cm square cake tin.

    Break the chocolate into pieces and place in a large saucepan with the
    butter and milk.

    Heat gently, stirring until the chocolate and butter melt and the
    mixture is smooth. Do not allow to boil.

    Remove from the heat. Beat in the vanilla essence, then beat the
    mixture for a few minutes until thickened. Pour it into the prepared
    tin and level the top.

    Chill in the refrigerator until firm.



    Tip the fudge out onto a chopping board and cut into squares to serve.

    Can be added: Lolly Raspberries, White choc bits, peppermint crisp
    (broken), Honeycomb (broken) etc etc etc
    Last edited by christy; August 4th, 2010 at 11:36 AM.

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    So who's going to be the first to make some???? I have to go to the shops this evening for some milk so may just have to add in chocolate cs I everything else

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    Cheers!!! I have everything cept the choccie.....
    Last edited by christy; August 4th, 2010 at 11:36 AM.

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    My first test batch is in the fridge cooling now (we have to test it before giving it for Chrissy presents!). I added in white chocolate drops & chopped up raspberry lollies. I want it now *stomps foot*

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    I think i have everything in the pantry. I'll have to make some tomorrow if i don't go out or make it once the kids are in bed

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    OMG Sarah. You're so wicked! LOL

    Thank God I don't have any condensed milk in the cupboard (usually I do) or else I'd have some in the fridge too.

    *thinks me better get some tomorrow with some lollies to go in it!*

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    And so it comes back to haunt me......ROFL!!!

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    Have you made a new batch yet, Mel?

    Who wants to place bets on how long it take Mel to make her first batch? He he he!

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    Oh you cheeky bugger! PMSL

    Nope, I've not made any yet........and I don't intend to either! *muuuuuust refraaaaaain!!*

    I'm trying to loose weight......so am steering clear of fudge!

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    We're making some today In a minute in fact with raspberry lollies, DD had requested gummi bears but they go really hard in the fridge so I was too chicken and went with the old favourite!
    Last edited by Rouge; December 19th, 2010 at 07:49 PM.

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    I'm going to make some as a 'test' batch this week as well. Will be great for some home made Christmas presents!

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    Woo hoo, I went shopping and got all the ingredients!

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    We didn't get to make it when I said as DD decided she wanted an afternoon nap, then before I knew it evening routine had started so we only just finished... Anyway I forgot it was 500gms choc instead I only bought 400 gms (milk and dark plaistowe) anyway I substituted the last 100gms with mud truffle nestle choc and OMG its sooooooo good

    Can't wait to carve it up... shouldn't take too long to set in the freezer *fingers crossed*
    Last edited by Rouge; December 19th, 2010 at 07:49 PM.

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    Do you have to use unsalted butter or can you use just plan butter ?

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    I used salted I don't think it matters *that* much
    Last edited by christy; August 4th, 2010 at 11:37 AM.

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    We didnt' make it yet either. It got too close to the dinner thing and the kids wanted to play outside - who can complain about that. Guess it's gotta wait until Thursday if Viv wants to make it with me cause she's got skating lessons tomorrow after school. *sigh*

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    I used salted as well.

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    wow yum! im a chocoholic

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