[CnD] Making Fudge On An Electric Stove

Becky brpmess at verizon.net
Thu Dec 3 11:15:00 EST 2015


You might consider using a double boiler with your stove.

-----Original Message----- 
From: Desi Noller via Cookinginthedark
Sent: Sunday, November 29, 2015 5:56 PM
To: cookinginthedark at acbradio.org
Subject: [CnD] Making Fudge On An Electric Stove

Good Afternoon Everyone!  I hope you all had as wonderful a Thanksgiving as 
we did!  Now that Thanksgiving is over, I'm starting to think about making 
fudge for Christmas gifts.  For many years, I made fudge using a gas stove. 
It almost always came out perfectly, and absolutely delicious!  A little 
more than three years ago, we moved into a brand new home with a brand new 
electric stove.  I have never been successful at making fudge on it.  My 
fudge of choice is Marshmallow Cream Fudge.  I have tried some microwave 
recipes, but those haven't always worked out either.  My new electric stove 
seems to heat intermittently, in that the burners will cycle on and off 
rather than staying on steadily until they reach temperature.  I really 
think this is where the problem is.  Does anyone have an electric stove that 
works in this way, and if so, have you been successful at making fudge on 
said stove?  Any ideas on how I might get my fudge to turn out right again? 
Thanks in advance for any he
lp!

Desi

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