Video:Fudge Swirlswith Kimberly Reiner
Love the taste of fudge but don't have the appetite for a big chunk of the sweet stuff? Try making these small, delectable fudge swirls for yourself or as a gift.See Transcript
Transcript:Fudge SwirlsHi, I'm Kimberly Reiner of Momma Reiner's Fudge for About.com Food. Today, we're going to learn how to make fudge swirls.
Supplies Needed to Make Fudge SwirlsWhat you will need to make fudge swirls is:
- a clean, dry work surface
- a piece of parchment paper or wax paper
- a silver spoon
- a bowl of fudge at approximately 234 degrees F
Let the Fudge Drip Off the SpoonMix your fudge. Get a heaping tablespoon, point it down on your parchment paper, let it drip off.
Then, as it's dripping off, move your hand around in a counter-clockwise motion. Go around that center point and make a fudge swirl on the top.
Make Large Fudge SwirlsIf you want really big fudge swirls, let the fudge thicken, let it drop, and pull it around. It takes a few times before you get the hang of it: point, drop, drag your fudge around counter-clockwise.
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