Walnut Chocolate Fudge Recipe

by maria updated February 11, 2013

Walnut Chocolate Fudge

The soft walnut Chocolate Fudge always reminds me of  Lonavla Walnut Fudge. I used to go to Lonavla only to eat Walnut Chocolate Fudge from Coopers or A-One. Since I couldn’t go there I decided to make Fudge at home on the occasion Of Diwali.

During Diwali we make a variety of sweets but mostly everywhere we get to eat similar kind of sweets and we tend to get bored eating same stuff again and again. Walnut chocolate Fudge is a unique and easy option as its simple to make and kids to old everyone will love Walnut chocolate Fudge.

When you say the word fudge mouth starts salivating on it’s own such is the magic of fudge. Nowadays you get all sorts of fudge like figs fudge, almonds fudge, chickoo fudge, mango fudge, dryfruits fudge etc the list goes on and on.

So without wasting time I will start with the Walnut Chocolate Fudge Recipe so here it goes!

  1. Cut into desired shape or mould them, decorate with nuts and serve chilled.

Walnut Chocolate Fudge

Tip:


Be careful whilst adding milk and condensed milk to the chocolate mixture. If the quantity of milk increases than the chocolate fudge will become very soft and you won’t be able to give them shape or cut them.

Walnut Chocolate Fudge recipe details below:

Walnut Chocolate Fudge Recipe
 
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Recipe type: Sweets, Desserts
Cuisine: International
Serves: 4
Ingredients (used american measuring cup, 1 cup = 250 ml)
  • 100 gms Cocoa Powder
  • 1 tbsp condensed milk
  • 100 gms butter
  • ½ cup walnuts chopped
  • ½ cup cashew nuts chopped
  • 400 gms Icing sugar
  • Milk 4 tbsp
  • a pinch of salt
Instructions
  1. Firstly take a clean bowl add cocoa powder,butter,icing sugar,salt and the condensed milk.
  2. Mix well with a spoon until it forms a thick mixture.
  3. Now add this mixture into a baking Dish and Microwave on a high power about 80 degrees for about 2 minutes. Remove the mixture and keep stirring until it becomes smooth.
  4. Now take a square tray about 6 to 7 inches put butter paper on it and add this chocolate mixture on the tray. Its time to add all the nuts into the mixture.
  5. Let the chocolate mixture rest allow it to cool than chill till its set.
  6. Cut into desired shape or mould them, decorate with nuts and serve chilled.


{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Elyse @The Cultural Dish September 12, 2011 at 8:43 pm

Mmmm fudge… always a great treat, especially in the fall and winter!

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maria September 13, 2011 at 4:28 pm

Thanks Elyse do try them :)

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