Toffee Makes enough for a 18cm x18cm square tin - original recipe said 7 inch sq tin, greased with butter. Archaeology> 05 Nov 2015, This recipe is so easy to follow, I used soft dark brown sugar and only increased the heat slightly once the mixture started to boil and waited for the sugar to take the mixture up to the right temperature slowly.
Festivals> You’re going to love our easy-to-make toffee apples! The toffee is horrible afterwards too. Central> google_color_bg = "FFFFFF"; Large tin condensed milk 5 or 6 dessert spoons water Method: Place the butter, sugar, treacle, syrup and water into a pan and heat, stirring constantly. Family Tree Research>
Scottish Place Names> Please say yes! Makes: Approx 70 pieces – feel free to halve the quantities for a smaller batch but you’ll also need a smaller tin to set it in. However, I did notice when I poured the toffee into the try, that there was a trace of the sugar not having melted, and yet it (I thought) had cooked and boiled long enough? Where else would you like to go in Scotland?
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Scots Abroad> Once set, bash with a rolling pin to break up and serve, or alternatively pop into little bags as gifts for friends. Scottish Myths & Legends> google_ad_width = 160; Limericks
What I can’t tell you is how to eat it without ending up at the dentist!
- Treacle Toffee. Castles To Stay In> Oh Ruth you are suuuupeeeerb!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Looking forward to eating it very much!
It’s delicious and have added some nuts ! Animals> ***If you do not have a sugar or toffee thermometer, keep a jug of cold water next to the stove, once the toffee has started to thicken, drop a little of the syrup into cold water, it is ready when it solidifies into threads as it hits the water, when removed from the water, the threads should still be slightly flexible not too brittle as the toffee continues to cook for a while.
Once the temperature or the test above is reached (anything between 20 - 45 minutes at a good hard, boil) carefully pour the toffee into the prepared tin and leave to cool. History>
Bring to the boil until a little piece dropped in a cup of cold water forms a hard ball (126 degrees C on a sugar thermometer). X, It sounds like the mixture might have started to crystallise at the edges of the pan, to stop it happening as the mixture comes to the boil brush down the sides of the pan with a pastry brush dipped in water to get all the sugar crystals back down into the mixture xx, i have done this toffee but found it a bit strong in treacle any idea,s, Your email address will not be published. Now let it set, keep an eye on it though we still need to break it up into pieces. Once all the ingredients are well mixed and melted, add the condensed milk slowly, stirring occasionally until it boils. I’ve never tried it with condensed milk – I would probably change the quantity of treacle to half and add half golden syrup for a milder taste x. Mark the slab into strips pressing right down to the paper at the base, you’ll need to grease the blade after each strip. 1 Put a saucepan on fire to heat, add 1 tablespoon of butter, and add the condensed milk. smash it up with a hammer (it still melts to chewy treacle toffee in your mouth) you want to heat it to 130c. Accommodation>
Pour condensed milk and golden syrup (optional but I put it) and cook and stir until mixture is bubbly. Glasgow Photo Library> Can’t wait to try it this weekend .
As always please please don’t burn yourselves. Clan Societies> Honeycomb… and now treacle toffeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Worked perfectly! it will keep upto 3 months individually wrapped or in an airtight container x, thankyou i sorted out my cook books last night so i could make this went to the shops got what i needed came home could not find the cook book have looked everywhere.cant wait to try, Honestly I have made treacle toffee several times but have never even THOUGHT of cutting it up like that.
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To make regular toffee follow this recipe with only the butter and sugar. Thank you, thank you, thank you….
Like toffee? Treacle is known as molasses is some parts of the world.
It is worth investing in a sugar thermometer.
I made the soft set using your timing method. Environment> Screensavers>
Museums> Mmmmm. I’ve never made toffee before but because I had nearly a whole tin of treacle left after making my christmas cake I thought I’d try it………. Religion> St Andrew Societies> Bagpipes> Traditional Festivals> lol, You are a * << Return to the Scottish Recipes home page <<, . Humour/Humor> https://www.asdagoodliving.co.uk/food/recipes/treacle-toffee
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
google_ad_slot = "5825456822"; The tip I would like to give for perfect results is to let the toffee mixture simmer until it reaches crack.
Test that the toffee is ready by dropping a spoonful into cold water - if it turns … Continue on a slow boil for 15-20 minutes, again stirring occasionally.