Fudge, totally OT

Ven vendersleighc at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 4 19:38:21 EST 2004


Minnow wrote

<Is it possible to make *non-dairy* fudge?  All 
fudge I have been able to
find to buy has "dairy" as an ingredient, and as 
we know, DWJ can't eat
dairy anything.  Turns out one of the things 
(along with real cheese) she
has been quietly missing for years is proper 
fudge, so I thought I'd ask
here if any of you fudge-cookery experts happens 
to have a recipe that
doesn't involve butter or condensed milk and 
still tastes worth eating.>


Deprived of fudge! That's pretty bad. Here's
another recipe, involving liquid soya milk, which
I suspect may be easier to come by in the UK. Sya
marge is probably to be found in supermarkets but
Holland and Barratt will definitely have it:

PLAIN FUDGE

850g/1 3/4 lb sugar

300mls/ 1/2 pint soya milk

120g/ 4oz soya margarine (this is better for a
more 'buttery' flavour)

2 tsp vanilla extract

Oil a square tin ( about 18cm/7 inch). Pour the
soya milk into a pan and slowly bring to the
boil. Add the sugar and the soya margarine and
heat slowly, stirring constantly until the sugar
is dissolved and the margarine has melted. Bring
to the boil and cover the pan. Boil for 2
minutes, then uncover and continue to boil
stirring occasionally until it reaches soft ball
stage (it is sort of essential that you use a
sugar thermometer for this...it should read
115-116C/238 to 240F). Take off the heat and stir
in the vanilla extract and leave to cool for 5
minutes. Beat until it begins to lose its gloss
and is thick. Pour into the tin and allow to cool
before cutting into squares. 






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Ven

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