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Tips To Make Homemade Fudge

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Fudge making at homeMaking fudge at home might seem to be a little  complicated at first, but with a little practice and a few great suggestions from  experienced fudge makers, it can turn out to be surprisingly simple. Here is a smart guide with excellent ideas and tips which will make your experience truly memorable.



Ideas to make fudge:


 


Greasing:


Many of the makers make the mistake of not greasing the pan. You can line the pan with parchment paper, plastic wrap and greased foil. This  will save you from the problem of finding it difficult to lift the fudge when it is cooked. It will also help you while cutting it into pieces.


 


Cutting:


Many of us face the difficulty of cutting and frosting fudges   prepared at home. Use a square metal scrapper which is also known as dough cutter to make pieces from the fudge. This works really well to get very neat looking delicious shapes. You will no longer have to face the problems of ugly looking or uneven shaped fudges.


 


Pans:


It is not necessary that you have to put the fudges in the pans. As the fudges cool down you can pour them in different plastic wraps which are well sprayed with Pam. These can be then slowly rolled in the shape of rolls and then cut into small slices. This makes the process quite simple and easy, especially for those who are trying to prepare fudge for the first time at home.


Cutting fudge at home neatly


 


Decorating:


Presentation of any food is equally important as its making. If you are planning to prepare  fudge   for any of your parties or you desire to offer these as gifts, you should ideally wrap them in decorative cellophane bags or with a pretty ribbon. You can use different types of packing materials for decorative purposes.


 


With so many great ideas on homemade fudges you are sure to wow your family and friends with your newly acquired skills.


 


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