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White Chocolate & Cardamom Fudge

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Prep: 25 minutes Cook: At least 2 hours to set.

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  • 150g White Chocolate
  • 3 Cardamom Pods, seeds removed and ground finely (discard the pod)
  • 450g Granulated Sugar
  • 400ml Double Cream
  • 50g Butter
  • 1tsp Vanilla Extract


  1. Add your sugar, cream and butter to a heavy based saucepan. Keeping the heat low until the sugar has dissolved.

  2. Once the sugar has dissolved, add your vanilla extract and turn up the heat. You will need a thermometer, as you need the mixture to bubble until it reaches 116 degrees celsius. This will take about 15 minutes. stir occasionally to stop the mixture from burning. If you do not reach 116, the mixture will not set, be patient.

  3. Once you have reached the desired temperature, take off the heat and add cardamom seeds, and your white chocolate. Stir until thoroughly combined.

  4. Pour into a lined dish, approximately 20cmx20cm. Once cool, chop into cubes and enjoy.

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