Easy Choc fudge in a microwave

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  1. enery8

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    Seeing as I can't be at Malvern to share my home made microwave fudge I thought I would put the recipe on the forum, so here goes:

    This recipe is for a 700 watt microwave so some adjustment might be necessary.

    Ingredients:
    100 grammes Dark Chocolate
    100 grammes Unsalted Butter, cubed
    450 grammes Icing Sugar - sifted
    3 tablespoons Milk

    Method:
    Place ingredients into a heatproof bowl and cook uncovered for 3 minutes until melted, stirring twice during this time.
    Beat till smooth (at this point you can add nuts, raisins, sultanas etc)
    Pour into a 7inch tin lined with baking parchment and allow to cool mark squares, then chill in the fridge till set, cut into squares
    enjoy:thumb:
     
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    I always look forward to low calorie recipes:BigGrin:
     
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    easy microwave coffee fudge

    Coffee Fudge this time.

    Once again based on a 700 watt microwave:
    with this recipe stirring well is the secret.

    Ingredients:
    450 grammes Icing Sugar - sifted
    196 grammes Sweetened Condensed Milk
    2 tablespoons Golden Syrup
    50 grammes Unsalted Butter - cubed
    1 tablespoon water
    1.5 tablespoons coffee essence (Camp Coffee)

    Method:
    Mix ingredients together in a large heatproof bowl
    Cook uncovered on defrost (30%) for 10 minutes stirring appox every 1.5 minutes
    Cook on full power 7 minutes (or until it reaches 240F, 116C)
    Beat until mixture begins to thicken and grain. Pour into a shallow, square 7inch tin and allow to cool. Mark into squares. Cut into pieces when cold.
    Delicious:thumb::thumb:
     
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  4. MHVirgins

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    I knew there was a good reason for me ignoring the large bar of Galaxy in my corner shop today...........these sound great!:Laughing:

    Will give these a go and have "Camp" coffee in the fridge at the moment for my iced coffees and whipped cream:Laughing:

    Margaret
     
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