Looking for a good Toffee recipe?
Ok I am looking for a toffee recipe. BUT the toffee I want to make is the kind that is hard and like a see through honey colour.
- babyboomerLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
3 cups sugar
1 cup water
1/4 cup brown sugar
1. Place sugar, water and vinegar into a saucepan, stir over low heat until sugar has dissolved; brush down sides of saucean with brush dipped in hot water to remove any sugar from sides of pan.
2. Increase heat, boil rapidly uncovered for approximately 15 mins or until a small amount, when dropped into cold water will 'çrack'. This gives a good hard toffee. (if you prefer the 'stickjaw'or more stretchy toffee, boil for 10 - 12 mins only until a small amount, when dropped into cold water, forms a soft ball between the fingers). Remove pan from heat while testing.
3. When toffee is ready, remove from heat, stand saucepan in cold water for 1 minute. Remove pan from water, and allow all bubbles to subside.
4. For easier handling pour toffee in a heatproof jug. Then, pour into paper pattie cases. ( to keep good shape while toffees set, stand the paper cases in patty cake tins.) Leave 2 minutes before decorating with coconut or hundreds-and-thousands.Source(s): my own recipe
- 1 decade ago
3 tbsp. water
1 c. white sugar
2 cubes butter, must be REAL BUTTER or it will not get hard
Place all 3 items in heavy pan. Boil on high heat. STIR CONSTANTLY with a wooden spoon. Boil until it scorches to a golden brown.
Pour over a buttered pizza pan that you have put pecans on. Immediately, break up several (3) plain Hershey bars. Put on hot mixture, let set a couple minutes then smooth out with a knife. Let set until cool. Break into pieces with a knife. Do not chill; it will turn the chocolate white.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
2 cups of sugar
3 quarters cup of cold water
1 tablespoon of brown or white vinegar
place all ingredients in a saucepan, stir over heat until sugar dissolves bring to the boil (do not stir)
cook until golden brown, remove from heat and allow bubbles to settle. pour into small patty cake papers
hint: toffee's come out of the patty cake paper when the patty cake paper is wet
and it is easier to see the colour change when you use white vinegar