candy thermometer

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Noun1.candy thermometer - a thermometer used to determine the temperature of candy syrups during cookingcandy thermometer - a thermometer used to determine the temperature of candy syrups during cooking
thermometer - measuring instrument for measuring temperature
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If you have a sugar thermometer, the temperature should be 115C.
You'll need a sugar thermometer - if you don't have one already it's worth buying one as this homemade fudge is better than any you'll buy in the shops.
100g desiccated coconut A few drops of pink food colouring Sugar thermometer METHOD Let's make the jam first: Lightly crush the fruit with a wooden spoon, and tip into a non-reactive pan with the sugar.
To put it all together I needed a savarin mould, a sugar thermometer, two Swiss roll tins, grease proof paper and a sheet of silicone.
When boiling, reduce to a medium simmer and cook to 100degC on a sugar thermometer. 5.
Heat the sugar mix on a medium-low heat, letting it bubble for 10 mins until it reaches 143-150C on a sugar thermometer (see tip, below).
Let the syrup boil without stirring until it reaches 180C on a sugar thermometer. 8.
If you have a sugar thermometer, it will read 105C when ready.
Add the remaining butter and cook over mediumhigh heat, stirring gently but continuously, until the butter melts and the mixture thickens and coats the back of the spatula, or registers about 70C on a sugar thermometer. This should take 5-10 mins.
Put a sugar thermometer into the pan and increase the heat until the syrup is simmering steadily.