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Soft plain fudge.

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  • 1 TALL TIN EVAPORATED MILK (not condensed)


    1. Line and lightly oil a tin approx. 12 x 8 inches.
    2. Put all the ingredients into a strong and faily large saucepan.
    3. Put on cooker and bring to the boil, stirring all the time. A flat ended wooden spoon is best. Adjust heat to keep boiling but not letting it boil over. take care not to let mixture stick or burn.
    4. After about 20 mins, the mixture should have darkened in colour. Test a little in a glass of cold water to see if it forms a soft "ball" when rubbed between the fingers. Remove pan from heat to do this. If not ready give a few more minutes and test again. Take care - mixture is very hot!
    5. When "bal" stage is reached, remove from heat, leave to cool for a few minutes and the BEAT for about 5 minutes, until mixture feels a little "sugary".
    6. Very carefully pour into prepared tin and leave without moving til it is cold.
    7. Wait until cool to touch, and tin cooled underneath. Tip out onto thin cutting board. Use a sharp knife and cut into small squares.

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