Caramel

Caramel, the word evokes a sense of creamy sweetness. The deep brown tones and soft yellows of caramel actually make you feel as if you are peacefully swirling along on a languid liquid journey. That may be the reason some of the most prestigious and elegant eating and drinking establishments in the world have adopted the creamy sweet word Caramel in its name.

The two ‘Caramel Bar and Lounge’ clubs are aptly located at the center of the world’s playgrounds in Las Vegas and Dubai respectively. The Caramel Bar and Lounge is a place to go to mingle with international affluence in an air of sophisticated sweetness. The Las Vegas Caramel Club is located off the Bellagio making for easy transition to and from the fun and games of the casino and theatre, and a relaxing break to meet and socialize. The Caramel in Dubai features caramel flavored mixed drinks for the ladies.

Besides being a great place to eat and drink caramel is a movie, a color and of course a sweet treat unto itself. The latter is the world’s favorite caramel so it seems apt to share how the sweet caramel we all love is created in a fudge recipe. There are many other ways to enjoy fudge, in a sauce or a brittle for example, but we only have so much room to write so for those who want to know how to make caramel fudge, this recipe is for you.

How to make caramel fudge:

Ingredients:

3½ cups sugar
½ cup milk
1/8 teaspoon salt

½ tin sweetened condensed milk
1 tablespoon golden syrup
125g butter

Directions:

Place the sugar and milk in saucepan and slowly bring it to a boil, then add the rest of ingredients. Gently boil the ingredients stirring regularly for around 30 minutes. Test to see if the fudge is ready by dripping a small drop into a glass of ice cold water. If the fudge forms a soft ball then it is ready for the next step. Beat the mixture with a wooden spoon until thick and then pour into a tin about an inch thick. Refrigerate for at least two hours or until set.

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