See's fudge candy (the "original" recipe!)
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See's fudge candy (the "original" recipe!)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:54:21 AM. Recipe ID 16238. URL: http://artofhacking.com/aohfood/16000/16238-seesfudgecandytheoriginalrecipe.htm
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      Title: See's fudge candy (the "original" recipe!)
 Categories: Candies, Christmas
      Yield: 25 Servings
 
  4 1/2 c  Sugar
      3 pk Chocolate chips (12 oz ea)
    1/2 lb Margarine
      1 ts Vanilla
      1 cn Evaporated milk
      7 oz Marshmallow cream
      2 c  Nuts
 
  Mix 4 1/2 cups sugar with one (1) can evaporated milk.  Boil 7 to 8
  minutes, stirring often. (rolling boil)
  
  Mix together in a large bowl; 3 packages chocolate chips, 7 oz. jar
  marshmallow cream, 1/2 lb. melted margarine.
  
  Cream margarine and marshmallow together and add chocolate chips.
  
  Pour hot mixture over chocolate mixture.
  
  After chocolate has melted, add 2 cups of nuts and 1 tsp. of vanilla,
  blend well, pour into buttered pans and chill in refrigerator.  Cut
  into squares before firm.
  
  This recipe makes about 5 lbs of fudge.  No one has attempted a
  calorie count, but it's estimated that each piece contains about 47
  gazillion calories.  Dieters, beware!
  
  HISTORICAL NOTE:  Given to Amy DeVore by Emma Julian c. 1930, this is
  "supposedly" the original recipe for See's Fudge, produced by the
  See's Candy Company, Los Angeles.  Emma allegedly worked for See's
  and later owned her own candy store.
 




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Recipe ID 16238 (Apr 03, 2005)

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