Caramel cage covers for ice cream (kh)
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Caramel cage covers for ice cream (kh)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:43:00 AM. Recipe ID 2046. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Caramel cage covers for ice cream (kh)
 Categories: Desserts
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
    1/2 c  Water
      1 c  Sugar
      1 pn Cream of tartar
           Aluminum foil
      6 oz Ladle
           Vegetable oil
           Candy thermometer
 
  Cover the outside (rounded part) of a 6 oz ladle with aluminum foil.
  Making sure to keep the surface smooth and tight. Lightly oil the
  domed surface of foil.
  
  Now pour into a saucepan the sugar, water and cream of tartar. Shake
  the pan to mix and cover. Heat this covered mixture over medium low
  heat until the sugar dissolves. Remove lid and continue cooking the
  syrp until it turns a light gold color (about 340 degrees F. on candy
  thermometer).
  
  Remove the pan from the heat and let sit at room temperature for 6-8
  minutes. The syrup will turn a darker gold color.
  
  Now you are ready to make the cages. Just hold the foil covered ladle
  over the pan, dip a spoon into the caramel mixture and drizzle over
  ladle, moving you hand around in a swirling motion to form a wed or
  lattice pattern on the foil. Prop up the ladle so the caramel cage
  cools completely (about 10 minutes).
  
  Pry foil away from the ladle carefully so as not to break the fragile
  cage. Trim away the uneven strands with scissors to form a nice
  straight bottom. Now carefully peel off the foil and you have a
  beautiful candy cage to place over a single scoop of ice cream. Try
  to find a dish so the cage fits on the edge of the dish. Instruct
  your guests to tap the cage with the back of a spoon and enjoy the
  special effect.
 




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Recipe ID 2046 (Apr 03, 2005)

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