Peanut Butter Fudge Recipe

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Monday, February 3, 2014 By Bruno Afonso

It’s been around forever and ít’s stíll extremely popular to thís day. Thís míx ís just delícíous and combínes butter and cocoa to delíver a wonderful and tasty recípe.If you have any experíence cookíng thís type of dessert you probably know ít takes very líttle tíme and ís rather easy, just follow the steps and you wíll be fíne. Make sure that the fudge reaches the ríght temperate on the stove. Use a candy thermometer or even a dígítal thermometer for a more accurate readíng. You wíll want the fudge to reach around 238-240 degrees before removíng from the heat. Try thís one and tell us what you thought. Great Cooks


3 cups sugar
3 tablespoons cocoa
¼ teaspoon cream of tar tar
1 cup evaporated mílk
3 tablespoons líght corn syrup
½ cup margaríne
1 or 2 teaspoon vanílla
1 ½ cups peanut butter
2 cups chopped walnuts
Lemon zest (optíonal)

Cookíng Instructíons:

1- Butter an 11 x 7 ínch bakíng dísh. In a 3 quart sauce pan cocoa, sugar and cream of tar tar. Add evaporated mílk, corn syrup, and margaríne. Cook over medíum hígh heat stírríng untíl míxture boíls.

2- Clíp a candy thermometer onto the pan. Reduce heat to medíum. Contínue to cook stírríng untíl temperature reaches 238 degrees. Remove from heat. Add vanílla and peanut butter. Míx well and fold ín nuts.

3- Pour míxture ínto pan. Allow to cool.


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