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Why does your fudge not set?

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2010-09-12 22:08:31
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The most likely reason is that you did not cook it for long enough, and it did not reach a high enough temperature. Cook to the soft ball stage (it forms a soft ball when dropped into water).

Fudge is very tricky to make. After it reaches the soft to medium ball stage (when dropped into water, it will be soft to medium soft ball when rolled in fingers), it should be set into a sink of cold water (approx 3-4 inches) to help the cooling down stage for 12 minutes. Remove from sink of water and add vanilla or maple extract (extract helps to thicken also) and beat with electric beater approx 5 minutes or so, on high until it starts to lose it's high gloss. Then quickly pour into buttered pan and it will be done.

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You can put it in the fridge, or you can leave it on the counter to cool. If you want the fudge to set faster then the Fridge is your best bet.

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