Recipe: Russian Fudge

Russian Fudge is one of Miss B's favourite treats, so we decided to make some of our own. I found this recipe created by Jo Seagar, shared on Chelsea Sugar. You will definitely want to bookmark this recipe...this Russian Fudge is creamy and oh-so delicious.

Ingredients

3 1/2 cups of Chelsea White Sugar
125g butter
3 Tbsp Chelsea Golden Syryp (tin)
1/2 cup milk
1/2 tsp salt
200g sweetened condensed milk (half a standard tin)
2 tsp vanilla essence



Method:
1. Place all the ingredients except the vanilla, into a medium-heavy saucepan. 
2. Warm over a gentle heat until the sugar has dissolved about 10-15 minutes. 
3. Bring to a gentle boil and cook for about 5-10 minutes, until it reaches the soft ball stage (120°C).
4. Remove from the heat and add the vanilla.
5. Beat until the fudge is creamy and thick and has lost its gloss.
6. Pour into a greased cake pan. Score the top and break into pieces when cold. 


Enjoy!



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21 comments

  1. Oh yum! Thanks for sharing. Leaving some fairy wishes and butterfly kisses from #teamIBOT

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    1. Thank you for sharing the blog love Rhianna :) I really appreciate it.

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    1. It's delicious Tegan, definitely something to have in moderation!

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  3. This looks amazing. Huge fan of fudge, but have never attempted it myself. May have to change that! xx
    (shannon @my2morrows)

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    1. It's so good (*and oh so bad)! Must be eaten in moderation :)

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  4. I have never heard of Russian Fudge before! I'll have to give it a go. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. I just love fudge, and this looks and sounds delicious, though I too have never heard of Russian fudge. #FFF
    Angela x

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    1. It really is delicious Angela. Thanks for visiting. Have a great weekend.

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  6. Charlene you are evil posting this! I WANT TO MAKE IT!!! But unfortunately I'm eating healthy to try and loose some post baby weight. It looks delicious! Have a great weekend lovely. :) Maria xxx - www.pastelsandmacarons.com

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    1. muahahaha! Yes, it is a little bit naughty, but oh-so nice :) Hope you have a fabulous weekend too lovely. Thanks for popping by xx

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  7. I LOOOOOOVE fudge, Charlene. I will give this one a go. I love that photo of you two too. x

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    1. Thank you Bron! Enjoy the fudge! It's so delicious, I am a new lover of fudge now (in moderation of course). Love my #inthepicture photos too :)

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  8. I love Russian Fudge! Your daughter looks so happy with her efforts. I think this might be a mother / daughter activity in our house soon too! Thanks for sharing with the #BlogFair.

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    1. I have a new love for baking, especially when it's with my daughter.

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  9. I am a big fan of fudge and this recipe looks fabulous, as does that photo of you and your daughter! What a gorgeous pic of you both. Thanks for linking up to the Ultimate Rabbit Hole!

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  10. Oh my, oh my!! I absolutely LOVE fudge. It's one of my biggest weaknesses! Pinning this for later! Thanks for linking up with our Fabulous Foodie Fridays party. xx

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    1. Fudge is definitely my daughter's weakness...she wants to make it every weekend. Thank you so much for stopping by, it means a lot.

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  11. Love that photo of you two hun and this fudge sounds so good. why is it called Russian though? Lol no seriously I am curious ;) xx

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    1. Thanks lovely! I have been trying all week to find out why call it Russian Fudge but I couldn't find a definite answer. Possible answers: something to do with the treacle (golden syrup) we use or using condensed milk as an alternative. It's just what I/we call it here in NZ. Sorry I couldn't give you a concise answer.

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