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Table of Contents:
- What is the difference between chocolate and chocolate fudge?
- Is Fudge just melted chocolate?
- Can you Reboil fudge that hasn't set?
- Is Fudge supposed to be hard or soft?
- Why does my fudge stay soft?
- Why did my fudge turn out dry?
- How long does homemade fudge last in the refrigerator?
- How long do you chill fudge?
- What do you do with marshmallow fudge that is too soft?
- Can I melt down fudge?
What is the difference between chocolate and chocolate fudge?
There is the obvious difference of texture: Fudge is soft and almost spongy while chocolate is, with the exception of chocolate ganache, harder and more shell-like. ... Fudge is created by mixing sugar, milk, butter, and other ingredients (such as cocoa in chocolate fudge) and heating them until they melt together.
Is Fudge just melted chocolate?
Fudge is not necessarily chocolate. Indeed, some of the many popular flavors of fudge include peanut butter, marshmallow and maple walnut fudge. Nuts, raisins, crumbled cookies and other ingredients are often added in the mix.
Can you Reboil fudge that hasn't set?
Soften Hard Fudge Fudge that is too hard once it is set — either because it is old or because it was over-beaten — can sometimes be softened. ... To soften hard fudge, warm up the fudge in a pan, adding in 1 cup of water, and recook and re-beat your fudge. Take care to heat it to no more than the soft-ball temperature.
Is Fudge supposed to be hard or soft?
Fudge is a crystalline candy, meaning the finished product is soft enough to be easily bitten into or cut with a knife. Amorphous candies are very hard to extremely chewy. The ingredients for fudge are combined and cooked to 234 degrees, cooled to 110 degrees without stirring, then beaten until creamy.
Why does my fudge stay soft?
If there is too much evaporation, when the cooking time is too long, there will not be enough water left in the fudge and it will be too hard. Conversely, if the cooking time is too brief and there is not enough evaporation, too much water will remain and the fudge will be too soft.
Why did my fudge turn out dry?
Once a seed crystal forms, the sucrose molecules begin to attach and it grows bigger and bigger. A lot of big crystals means you get dry, crumbly, grainy fudge. By letting the fudge cool undisturbed, you avoid creating seed crystals.
How long does homemade fudge last in the refrigerator?
To keep fudge fresh, it's important to keep it cool. With proper storage, fudge can last in the fridge for 2 to 3 weeks.
How long do you chill fudge?
Cool the fudge for 50 to 70 minutes until the temperature registers 110 degrees on the candy thermometer and the bottom of the pot feels lukewarm to the touch. Do not disturb the fudge during the cooling process.
What do you do with marshmallow fudge that is too soft?
If it's overcooked (resulting in grainy fudge) or undercooked (resulting in poor setting) all you really need to do is add a bit of cream, reheat the fudge to the target temperature, and let it set again.
Can I melt down fudge?
freeze it. otherwise, just melt it down & use it as a cake filling, melt it & add more cream to make fudgy icing, chop it up & mix into icecream, chop it up & mix it into cookies, chop it & mix into cake batter. ... Fudge freezes really well.
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