Easy Fudge Recipe | How to make Fudge in Microwave | Chocolate Fudge with Condensed Milk ~ Step by Step Recipe
>> Monday, January 16, 2012
First was this simple Fudge recipe where I used only the Semi Sweet Chocolate chunks with Condensed Milk. This is such a quick dish to make, though if you really want to eat it as a fudge you got to wait for at least an hour for it to get solid. Chinnu was restless and eat it much earlier and loved it every bit. I literally had to hide the fudge for clicking some pictures. Then again I am always in a rush that my pictures these days are so hurried.
Today we are starting the 12th Edition of Blogging Marathon, and I decided on making Chocolates. Since I have Chocolate Mela going on, what other way to enjoy mine and my kid's favorite. So for the next seven days I will be sharing my most liked chocolate recipes.
Just as thought, my kids loved it. The fudge looked best, in the actual Fudge like after two days, when I tried my best to save up the stock and not let the kids complete it right then. Make very small pieces and stock, use very sparingly as it's highly addictive and you can't just stop with one!
Step by Step Picture Recipe
This is a super quick method to make Chocolate Fudge in Microwave.
Semi Sweet Chocolates - 1 cup
Condensed Milk - 1/4 cup
How make quick and easy Chocolate Fudge:
In a microwave safe bowl, take the semi sweets chocolate chunks and nuke for a min. Remove and whisk for couple of times. Then again put it back for 30 secs.
Depending on your microwave you may need to micro for another 30 secs. But be very cautious to confirm the chocolate is melted is not getting burnt.
Add condensed milk and microwave for 1 min 30 secs. Whisk well to get a smooth sauce.
Prep a plate and cover with aluminum foil. Grease with butter/ ghee. Pour the chocolate sauce over the prepped plate and refrigerate for at least an hour. Cube into smaller pieces and indulge in this sinful temptations.
While I was making it Konda was restless to taste. When she did, she said it tastes so much like cadburys' dairy milk chocolate. And couldn't wait to eat it. I always think the best compliment she gives is when she says she wants to take it for her friends.
Sending this to:
Kavi, who is guest hosting Kid's Delight themed on Something Sweet
Kalyani who is hosting MEC, for the January Edition
and my own Chocolate Mela
Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 12