Candy Coated Cherries
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Candy Coated Cherries
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:12:04 AM. Recipe ID 39860. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Candy coated cherries
 Categories: None
      Yield: 1 Servings
      1 cn (16 oz) Wilton Candy Wafer
           -and Fondant Mix
    1/4 c  Water plus
      2 tb Water
      2 tb Vegetable oil
      1 c  Brandy; (optional)
      1 pk (14 oz) Wilton Light or Dark
           -Cocoa Candy Melts (i'm sure
           -u could use whatever
           -chocolate u want!)
      1    Jar; (16 oz) Maraschino
           -cherries with stems
  To make brandied cherries: Several days before candy making, drain
  juice from cherries. Replace juice with brandy. Cover the jar. Allow
  cherries to soak at least 24 hours, or up to a week.
  Combine candy wafer fondant mix and water in top of double boiler;
  place over boiling water. Heat to 150 degrees, stir constantly.
  Remove from heat. Stir in vegetable oil until well blended. Continue
  to stir until mixture thickens slightly.
  Drain cherries and place on paper towel. Cherries should be dry before
  dipping in fondant. Dip cherries into fondant mixture. If mixture
  becomes too thick, thin with a small amount of water. Set cherries on
  waxed paper to dry.
  Dip fondant covered cherries into melted candy. Seal candy to stem;
  fondant and cherry must be completely covered to prevent cherries
  from leaking. Refrigerate to set. Cherries may be stored at cool room
  yeild: 40-50

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Recipe ID 39860 (Apr 03, 2005)

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