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  • ...er in a heavy saucepan and cook until a small amount tried in [[Cold Water Candy Test|cold water is brittle]] (300-310°F or 150°C). [[Category:Molasses Recipes|Molasses Taffy]]
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  • ...ke home-made ''Marshmallows''. They can be used in [[:Category:Marshmallow Recipes|any recipe that calls for marshmallows]]. ...ved. Increase heat to moderate and boil mixture, without stirring, until a candy or digital thermometer registers 240 degrees, about 12 minutes. Remove pan
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  • '''Peanut Brittle''' is a sugar based hard candy, with peanuts embedded in it. #Attach a candy thermometer to pan with tip in sugar mixture.
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  • {{recipesummary|Confection recipes|36-48|45 minutes|3}} '''Chocolate fudge''' is a traditional, rich candy, especially around the holidays in the [[Cuisine of the United States|Unite
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  • ...h all sorts of ways to keep them content; one of the most popular items in candy stands at fairs is ''addormenta suocere'', candied nuts that supposedly sen [[Latte di Suocera Recipes]]
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  • | [[Cuisine of the United States|American recipes]] ...make. They can be sold at the market in small bars, such as the size of a candy bar. However, by following these commonly used steps you can create your ow
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  • ...atures [[candy|lollies]] in the ingredients and thus can be thought of as "candy cake". The traditional candy used is Fruit Puffs which are like firm, slightly chewy [[marshmallow|marsh
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  • * 10 miniature [[Chocolate|chocolate]] [[Coconut|coconut]] candy bars, chopped # Sprinkle with chopped nuts and candy bars.
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  • {{recipesummary|Pie recipes|6 to 8 servings|2 hours|1}} | [[Holiday Recipes|Holiday Recipes]]
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  • |Category = Ice cream recipes ...invented by his friend, Fenton's George Farren, who blended his Rocky Road candy bar into ice cream; however Dreyer substituted pecans for almonds.<ref>{{ci
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  • * Candy thermometer ...rge pot. Stir well and boil until the mixture reaches 220°F (100°C) on a candy thermometer (soft ball). Remove it from heat, skim the top, and let cool. R
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  • ...nate to the temperature so if you understand the stages, you do not need a candy thermometer. ...b or contaminate the pot or it may spontaneously crystallize into crunchy "candy" and you will have to stir in water and redo this step. The thermal reacti
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  • ...ttom:.2em; font-size: 105%;">'''[[:Category:Misri Recipes|Browse All Misri Recipes]]'''</p></div> ...orm of sugar is called '''Misri'''. The correct name in English should be "candy sugar". Word Misri comes from Chinese, originally Mi-Sha-Li, "sweet-pebble-
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  • | Category = Dessert recipes '''Brigadeiro''' is a simple Brazilian chocolate fudge candy created in the 1920s. It is named after Brazilian airman Brigadeiro Eduard
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  • {{recipesummary|Turkish recipes|8 pieces|30 minutes + cooling|2|Image=[[Image:Turkish Delight.JPG|350px|A s ...eaten in small cubes that are dusted with sugar to prevent sticking. Some recipes include small nut pieces, usually pistachio, hazelnut or walnuts.
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  • {{recipesummary|Confection recipes|~50 pieces|1+ hours|2}} ...turbed until it reaches 270&deg;F/132&deg;C also known as the [[Cold Water Candy Test#Soft Crack|soft crack stage]]. Add the butter.
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  • [[Category:Cookie Recipes]] [[Category:Candy Recipes]]
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  • ...y twist some of the red and white ropes of dough together and shape into a candy cane. # Spread candy canes out on cookie sheets and bake on the top shelf of the oven for about
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  • * From: Vicki Lansky's Candy Book [[Category:Apple Recipes]]
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  • * 3 Almond Joy® candy bars ...lace a piece of candy in center of each crescent then fold crescent around candy being sure to cover all.
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