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  1. To create toffee , you will basically heat sugar and butter until the sugar reaches the...test it. Use a cup of ice cold water and dip a small amount of the candy into the cup (1/2 tsp.) When the candy hits the water it...

    2 Answers · Food & Drink · 21/09/2010

  2. For some reason I don't think that english toffee gets cooked to that high of a temperature. Double check ...

    4 Answers · Food & Drink · 11/12/2006

  3. ...set. Break into pieces of all shapes and sizes (like English toffee candy ). Store in refrigerator. These freeze nicely. Yield: at least 24...

    3 Answers · Food & Drink · 08/11/2008

  4. ...both chewy and hard versions. Heath bars are a type of candy made with an English toffee core. Although named English toffee it bears little...

    4 Answers · Food & Drink · 29/12/2010

  5. ...string or skewer again. 8. Allow the rock candy to grow until it is the size you want. ...wrap in plastic wrap to save it for later. English toffee It's the chocolate that makes toffee ...

    1 Answers · Food & Drink · 03/11/2009

  6. English Toffee Candy 1 c. granulated sugar 1/2 lb. butter (real butter... walnuts and almonds. OR Candied Pecans 2 cups pecans 1 egg white...

    18 Answers · Food & Drink · 20/12/2007

  7. ...less to a hard ball stage? Try different candy stages, you might just be able to find...'s touch. Good luck!! English Toffee 14 tablespoons (1 stick, plus 6 ...

    2 Answers · Food & Drink · 04/06/2007

  8. ... toffee bits are broken up finished toffee candy and are meant to be used as "add-ins" in...

    3 Answers · Food & Drink · 12/04/2012

  9. English toffee from See s Candy or Almond rocha.

    6 Answers · Society & Culture · 12/12/2008

  10. Toffee is a hard candy made mainly with sugar and butter. In America, the term English toffee is generally used for toffee prepared with a coating of chocolate and almonds.

    3 Answers · Food & Drink · 07/07/2009

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