Chewy Hot Fudge
Chewy Hot FudgeI’m not a fudge fan. There… I came clean and said it… It’s like eating a huge lump of cloyingly-sweet chocolate flavored frosting. There is one type of fudge though that has a special place in my heart: hot fudge. I’m usually a minimalist when it comes to ice cream, but a good caramel or … Continue reading “Chewy Hot Fudge”Marc Matsumoto
light corn syrup
evaporated cane juice (or granulated sugar)
cultured unsalted butter
bittersweet chocolate (roughly chopped)
sea salt (optional)
- Add the water and corn-syrup to a heavy bottomed pot and bring to a boil. Dump the sugar into center of the pot in a mound making sure you don't get any sugar on the sides of the pot.
- Let this mixture boil until until it reaches 320 degrees F (160 C).
- Add the cream a little bit a time, whisking well to incorporate. If you add too much cream at once, it will boil over.
- Whisk in the butter and cocoa powder and then whisk in the chocolate, a little bit at a time. Finish the hot fudge by whisking in the vanilla extract and a pinch of salt.