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Jennas Traditional English Fudge


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Ingredients

40 piece(s)

this flavour is cranberry and white chocolte

  • 600 g cream, fresh
  • 600 g castor sugar
  • 200 g Butter
  • 100 g glucose syrup
  • 100 g Cranberries
  • 250 g white chccolate
  • 6
    5min
    Preparation 5min
    Baking/Cooking
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    medium
    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

    English Style Fudge
  1. place all in cream / sugar / butter and glucose in bowl varoma temp for 41 mins ( I know its a funny time but it was perfect at that time) or until thickened speed 5 basket on top  when cooked mix in chocolate and fruit / nuts  with spatulapour into a low flat tin or even a loaf tin lined with grease proof and set in fridge for approx 5 hrs  cut and devour 
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Tip

You can flavour with anything at all you like ,

Tobelerne , Traditional Vanilla , peppermint crisp  ,coconut and dark chocolate . milk chocolate and orange , pistachio ,

Its all in your imagination ., the ideas are endless. 

This recipe took a long time to perfect so I hope you enjoy it and let me know what you think.

 

I have recently been cooking sticky date cupcakes on top while fudge is cooking to make best use of Thermie .


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  • I think it helps to wipe the lid and bottom of the...

    Submitted by Stevenellie on 10. March 2019 - 12:34.

    I think it helps to wipe the lid and bottom of the basket while the fudge is cooking to prevent liquid from the steam dripping back into the fudge. Be careful though as the top is scaldingly hot.
    Also, rather than using the spatula at the end to stir through the chocolate etc, use reverse speed 3 for 20 to 30 seconds.

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  • The last batch I made I added 100gm of chopped...

    Submitted by Stevenellie on 1. March 2019 - 14:32.

    The last batch I made I added 100gm of chopped uncrystallised ginger and 100gm macadamia nuts. Yum.

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  • Thanks so much for sharing!

    Submitted by Kellif86 on 7. January 2015 - 23:44.

    Thanks so much for sharing! Absolutely love this recipe

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  • so happy you liked this

    Submitted by jenna mcloughlin on 21. September 2014 - 22:27.

    so happy you liked this

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  • Thinking about the butter...

    Submitted by wombleydoo on 21. December 2013 - 00:18.

    Thinking about the butter... are you using home made butter or store bought? I found the tmx butter had a different property to it when I melted it to use in brownies and other things. It didn't seem to melt the same way or incorporate in my batter as well. I don't really know why.... just an observation that I made when I used it in cooking. 

     

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  • maybe the temperature of the

    Submitted by brazen20au on 14. December 2013 - 15:33.

    maybe the temperature of the butter before cooking might matter?

     

    I'm wondering what size tin I should put it in?

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  • Omg! Where do I start how

    Submitted by buddaroon on 25. November 2013 - 21:57.

    Omg! Where do I start how wonderful this truly is. Thank you for the most amazing fudge recipe which I made as a trial for Christmas - made the cranberries and white chocolate one and it is sensational. I will make again again and again Cooking 6

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  • I'm totally unsure y anyone

    Submitted by jenna mcloughlin on 14. September 2013 - 18:59.

    I'm totally unsure y anyone is having issues with butter . I've never had this happen so ill try and figure it out

     

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  • I recently made this and also

    Submitted by BearsandLions on 8. September 2013 - 12:26.

    I recently made this and also had a problem with the butter. At the end of 41min, I had an inch of ghee floating on top. I cooked it another 10min, hoping it would amalgamate, but it was still there. I strained off the ghee and poured the fudge into a tray to set.

     

    it was OK, but I'd obviously overlooked it. I'm not sure why the butter didn't emulsify though.

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  • i have done this recipe about

    Submitted by charlene on 29. August 2013 - 14:36.

    i have done this recipe about 6 times as i was fortunate enough to get this recipe from the gorgeous jenna earlier in the year it is amazingg and loved by all....my favourite ones iv done so far are the toblerone, i did cookies and cream using nestle block of choc, violet crumble fudge, black forrest fudge, plain caramel fudge, choc spearmint fudge (using areo choc block) sooooooo good and thanks for sharing 5/5!! my family, neighbours, friends, inlaws, hubby, work colleagues all call this a deadly concoction you can not STOP EATING THEM especially in bite size pieces x

    Charlene Goder

    Thermomix Consultant

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  • I assume the oil on top was

    Submitted by kaylynettefrances@gmail.com on 28. August 2013 - 21:58.

    I assume the oil on top was from the butter (like a layer of ghee on top after I refridgerated it).  I used Glucose Syrup.

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  • Thank you for this recipe.  I

    Submitted by Jen F on 28. August 2013 - 17:52.

    Thank you for this recipe.  I made it today and it is yum tmrc_emoticons.)

     

    Jen

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  • Did u use liquid gloucose   

    Submitted by jenna mcloughlin on 27. August 2013 - 23:01.

    Did u use liquid gloucose 

     

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  • I'm not sure what uve done ur

    Submitted by jenna mcloughlin on 27. August 2013 - 23:00.

    I'm not sure what uve done ur the first person who said they had a prob with it . What oil you mentioning .

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  • I got very excited about this

    Submitted by kaylynettefrances@gmail.com on 27. August 2013 - 22:44.

    I got very excited about this recipe as I had all the ingredients in the kitchen.  unfortunately it didn't thicken after 41 minutes nor 46 nor 50! when I poured it into the tray the oil seperated and floated on the top.  Did I do something wrong? tmrc_emoticons.((

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