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Honey Nut Fudge

by Lindsay Law (follow)
Sweet (384)      Petit Fours (3)     
Fudge is much more simple than toffee or tablet. Just cook it until it goes a lovely golden-brown colour and then beat it until thick. This one is flavoured with honey and nuts, but you could experiment with your own flavours.



Fudge


Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 30 minutes
Makes: 20 servings



Fudge, butter, sugar, Brazil nuts, water, honey


Ingredients
55g butter
450g sugar
400ml (1 tin) condensed milk
100ml water
30ml/2 tbsp honey
85g chopped Brazil nuts

Method
Grease a 18cm baking tin.



Fudge, butter, sugar, Brazil nuts, water, honey


Put the butter, sugar, condensed milk, water, and honey into a large pan (make sure it is large, or it will bubble over when it starts to boil).



Milk, butter, sugar, fudge, pan



Milk, butter, sugar, fudge, pan


Keep on a low heat, and stir, until the sugar is completely dissolved.



Milk, butter, sugar, fudge, pan



Fudge


Bring to the boil and cook for about 10 minutes, or until the mixture is a lovely golden-brown colour. You'll need to stir it frequently, and watch it carefully to make sure it doesn't burn.



Fudge


Once it's the perfect colour, take it off the heat and beat vigorously until the mixture becomes thick and fudgy.



Fudge


Stir in the chopped Brazil nuts and then pour into a baking tin.



Fudge


While still warm, but slightly set, mark into small squares. Leave to cool, then cut all the way through the squares.

Categories
#Sweet
#Petit Fours
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I love this recipe I've a huge sweet tooth, this seems healthier than a M&M's.
Hiya - what consistency was it when you whisked it? It's possible that it needed to be cooked for a bit longer before you whisked. It will not set completely hard, like toffee, it does stay quite squidgy even when refrigerated.
Hello, We made this fudge yesterday, but it still hasn't set properly. We cooked it for 10 minutes bubbling, whisked it, added the nuts and put in a tray to set. After leaving overnight in the fridge it is still soft. :(
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