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Irish Cream Fudge (converted from Cathie Lonnie's recipe)


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Ingredients

  • 400 g dark chocolate, (I used a blend of light and dark)
  • 400 g can sweetened condensed milk
  • 75 g Butter, chopped
  • 70 g Irish Cream Liquer
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Line a 5cm deep, 8cmx26cm (base) bar tin with baking paper, allowing a 2cm overhang at long ends. Combine chocolate, condensed milk and butter in TM jug.  Melt together for 5mins, 50deg, Speed 3 until chocolate has melted and mixture is smooth.  Add liquer and stir for 5 or so seconds on speed 3.

    Pour into prepared pan and refrigerate until set (about 3 hours).

     

    Please see the original recipe:

    //www.taste.com.au/recipes/20574/irish+cream+fudge

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Tip

This recipe is super easy and the fudge gained rave reviews as 'the most decadent fudge'.  A St Patrick's Day last minute dessert.  I just melted the choc/milk/butter mix a minute at a time until I got to the stage where all three melted together perfectly (5mins in my TM).  Thanks very much Taste.com and Ms Lonnie.


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  • This fudge has been an

    Submitted by thegalleyminx on 19. December 2013 - 00:01.

    This fudge has been an absolute hit! . It did take at least 24hours in the fridge to set so be patient. After it set, I put the fudge slab in the freezer to make it easier to cut with a sharp knife. I cut it into tiny squares and dusted with cocoa and gave it as xmas gifts. Delish thank you!

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  • My fudge didn't set firm and

    Submitted by Sharon35 on 18. December 2013 - 22:26.

    My fudge didn't set firm and was difficult to cut into pieces. All was not lost though, I reheated it and put into jars.  I now have a decadent ice cream topping  Love

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  • Made this with Baileys

    Submitted by Karen@bizsoln.com.au on 24. February 2013 - 14:50.

    Made this with Baileys instead of Irish Cream. Was delicious.

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