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Aunt Bill's Candy (microwave)

Last post Dec 17, 2007 9:19 PM by candykisses_Oklahoma . 7 replies.


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    AUNT BILL'S CANDY (MICROWAVE)

     

    Source:  LaDonna

    Effort:  average

    Comments:   Most people are amazed at doing Aunt Bill's Candy in the microwave.  It's always a huge hit.

     

    Ingredients: 

    2 cup sugar

    1 teaspoon baking soda

    1 cup buttermilk

    3/4 cup margarine

    1 teaspoon vanilla

    2 cup pecans, finely chopped

     

    Instructions: 

    In a 3 qt. or larger, microwave safe bowl, add first 4 ing.

    Stir: cover with plastic wrap; punch hole in wrap (2-3).

    Microwave on roast 70% for 15 min.  Stir

    Continue cooking at roast (70%) for 13 - 15 min. until softball forms in cold water (236 on candy thermometer).  Do not put candy thermometer in microwave.

    Add vanilla & beat with an electric mixer until soft peaks form.

    Watch closely.

    Stir in pecans & pour into butter 12 x 7 dish.

    Cool & cut into small pieces.

     

    "No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted"

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  • Re: Aunt Bill's Candy (microwave)

    this sound great - thanks for sharing - i have everything to make this - twinkle

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  • Re: Aunt Bill's Candy (microwave)

    Candy=Is this like a fudge, or a divinity or what? thanks.
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  • Re: Aunt Bill's Candy (microwave)

    Hi Ladonna - Sounds really good, but I have a dumb question.  What is "microwave on roast 70%" ?  I can set the power level on mine - is that what it means?

    Thanks!  TXSue

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  • Re: Aunt Bill's Candy (microwave)

     Yes, that's what that means.

     No question is a dumb question.  Sometimes I don't explain things very well.

     Good luck with it.

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