Friday, February 3, 2012

Ginger & Almond Chocolate Fudge

I love fudge, eventhough i tried out a variety of fudges i never thought of making chocolate fudge with crystallized ginger pieces along with sliced almonds in my fudge,thanks to Kalyani of Sizzling Tastebuds as she choosed ginger and almonds as main ingredients our this month's MM challenge..Seriously am very excited and thrilled to try out this ginger and almond chocolat fudge today, its tastes simply fabulous and apart my younger son everyone at home enjoyed having them  for their snacks while my hubby packed few fudges to share with his friends in his office, we guys literally fallen in love with this irresistible fudge,needless to say that there is no leftover and i was planning to make some as soon as possible...Sending to Kalyani's Magic Mingle#2..



1cup Sweetened condensed milk
1cup Dark chocolate chips or chocolate bar
1tbsp Crystallized ginger (chopped as small pieces)
2tsp Butter
1/2cup Chopped Almonds

In a heavy sauce pan, melt the chocolate chips,condensed milk,butter,ginger pieces and stir continously..remove the pan and add the chopped almond nuts.

Spread the mixture over a baking sheet and keep aside until the mixture get cooled, arrange them in fridge for atleast 2 hours or until firm..Cut as squares and enjoy it..

47 comments:

  1. wow...Priya Kalakreenga...just checked Kalyani's post n was thinking.....and now u R with an amazing recipe ...fudge looks so delicious and tempting...lovely shot!!

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  2. This combo sounds interesting...Fudge looks super yumm..

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  3. How i wish i had a housefull of kids to bake, now that Shyama is not living anymore here full time i can never make all these.
    Looks super super good.

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  4. choclates,Gingerand almonds ... cannot ask for a better combinations than that!!! Looks very delicious!!!

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  5. I got to give this a try, they look so tempting.

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  6. thats was pretty quick Priya! a lovely fudge ..I bet the gingery flavor in a fudge was very addictive!

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  7. Very delicious n yummy chocolate fudge!!Lovely,feel like grabbing one..

    Erivum Puliyum

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  8. Wow, this looks really yum, especially with the ginger flavor..

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  9. wat r u Kitchen Queen ??? :)

    loved the recipe, simple yet tempting

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  10. Priya, only you can come up with so many unique combos and so quickly. Looks so fantastic.

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  11. Sounds to be delivious!!!!!
    Bookmarked!!!

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  12. Delicious fudge Priya. love the crystallized ginger and almond in there.

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  13. Wow Priya, Adukkulla recipe panni, publish kooda pannitingla! Looks super.

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  14. wow..fudge looks perfect ..droolworthy!

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  15. Fudge looks so delicious and amazing.
    Deepa

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  16. This sounds so delicious. I know I would love it. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  17. wow delicious and very innovative fudge !!

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  18. Such a wonderful blend of flavors, love this fudge!

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  19. So tempting ginger chocolate fudge, looks so yummy n healthy combo.

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  20. thats an interesting combo... must have tasted nice

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  21. Lovely and delicious combination... Yummy !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  22. very neatly done !! looks so tempting !!

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  23. yummy Fudge :) super quick and yummy, as always !!

    Thanks for linking it..


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  24. They look delicious..Bookmarked

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  25. super!.....chocolate fudge with cryst. ginger and nuts...has to be divine!

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  26. wow....wonderful luking fudge.....

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  27. i have never tried ginger and chocolate looks fantastic Priya!

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  29. One of the most significant aspects of any fudge making is the appropriate temperature. It is the difference in the temperature that separates fudge from hard caramel.

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  30. wow this is amazing recipe priya,love this...luks so tempting...

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  31. Bookmarked. This sounds so fabulous with few ingredients and I love the texture.

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  32. Looks very good and very easy recipe as well

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  33. great recipe priya. But how does it taste a sweet or hot(kharam)?

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  34. Always am a bigggggg fan of ur baked recipes......

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  35. This is brilliant one, very innovative and candied ginger I loved it

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  36. Saw the pic & knew had seen this..it was urs :) u create magic with all ingredients..great one again :)

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  37. hey priya its awesome dear the fudge is very well done

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  38. Hi Priya, You are missing from the blogging world. This morning I was thinking that I have not seen your posts. Is everything ok?

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  39. What a great combination! Looks amazing!

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