Rogig (grape walnut candy)
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Rogig (grape walnut candy)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:20:47 AM. Recipe ID 52691. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Rogig (grape walnut candy)
 Categories: Candies, Ethnic
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      3 qt Grape juice
      3 c  Flour
      3 c  Sugar
      1 c  Cornstarch
    3/4 c  Corn syrup
           Walnut halves
 
  First, string the walnut halves on thread. Using medium to heavy
  cotton thread, cut thread to about 24 inches long. With a thin
  needle, carefully pass the thread through the walnut halves, leaving
  some extra string exposed on either end. Knot both ends of the string.
  
  Blend flour, sugar, cornstarch and corn syrup. Add juice and mix until
  smooth. Pour half of the mixture into a large, heavy saucepan, bring
  to a boil and boil, stirring constantly, until mixture is thick.
  Remove from heat.
  
  Dip one string of walnuts at a time into the hot grape juice mixture
  several times, and let the excess coating drip into the pan. Transfer
  the walnuts to a drying rack - you can rig up a rack by propping a
  broom handle between two chairs; place a pan and newspapers
  underneath to catch the drips - and dry overnight. Reserve leftover
  cooked grape mixture.
  
  The next day, cook the remaining grape mixture. Pass the remaining
  mixture through a sieve and add to the grape mixture in the pan. Dip
  the walnuts several more times in the hot grape mixture. Hang to dry
  several days in a dark, cool place. To store or serve, remove walnuts
  from the string and rll rogig in powdered sugar. Store in a covered
  jar or tin.
  
  NOTE: White grape juice or other fruit juices such as pear or apple
  can be used.
 




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Recipe ID 52691 (Apr 03, 2005)

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