Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Chocolate Recipe-No cook Chocolate Fudge Recipe

This is a very easy no cook chocolate (fudge) with nuts and raisins, which even kids can prepare with a little supervision. You can involve your kids this Christmas to make these delicious no cook chocolate and I am sure they will enjoy it to the core.Today we will learn how to make no cook chocolate fudge following our easy no cook chocolate recipe

No cook chocolate fudge

No Cook Chocolate Fudge

No Cook Chocolate Fudge

 Prep Time : 10 mins
 Yields: 15-16 Chocolates
 Recipe CategoryNo bake Recipes-Chocolate
 Recipe CuisineIndian
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   Ingredients needed

   Marie Biscuit - 15
   Cashew nuts - 1/4 cup (chopped)
   Raisins - little less than 1/4 cup
   Cocoa Powder - 1 tbsp
   Unsalted Butter - 1 1/2 tbsp (melt it over a bowl of hot water)
   Condensed milk -2 1/2 tbsp
   Sugar -2 tsp
   Milk -1 tbsp (optional)
   Vanilla essence - 1 tsp


Step by step Pictorial recipe

Keep all the ingredients ready. Break the biscuits and powder it coarsely in a blender.

How to make chocolate fudge
Add Cashew nuts and raisins, sugar and vanilla essence.

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Add cocoa powder, condensed milk and melted butter.

How to prepare chocolate fudge
Make a dough just like chapati dough and shape it into a cylinder. If you are not able to make a smooth dough, you can add little milk, otherwise it is not needed. Wrap it tightly in a butter paper and keep it in the refrigerator for 1 1/2 hours. (not in the freezer)

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After 1 1/2 hours, remove the butter paper and cut the chocolate into rounds as shown above.

Enjoy this Christmas 2011 making this easy chocolate recipe with your kids. Have fun!

I will soon post another chocolate recipe which involves cooking. Stay tuned.

Meet you all again with more interesting recipes, till then, it is bye from Padhu of Padhuskitchen.com

32 comments:

  1. Wow this is so simple and I'm sure it tastes great!

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  2. WOW!! So easy & yummmmm!!!!!! And u refrigerate the remaining cond milk?? Does it stay good for atleast a week?? I usually try & finish off with 2 days of opening..And so always a bit hesitant to open a can of it if recipes call for it in small amounts..
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  3. That's an amazing recipe as there is no baking involved...thanks for sharing.

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  4. easy recipe.......it will taste awesome.......

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  5. wow..amazing recipe bookmarked

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  6. ரொம்ப ஈசியாக இருக்கு.. செய்துபார்க்கனும்..

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  7. Wow! would love to have a price..yum

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  8. Beautifully explained ...love the slice:)

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  9. Fudge looks delicious and very festive..:)) "No cook" method makes it even more tempting..:))
    Reva

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  10. Yummy fudge and what's better it's a no bake. How easy is that?

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  11. wow...this so easy, no bake....superb recipe...looks wonderful.

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  12. ரொம்ப ஈசியா இருக்கு செய்து பார்கிறேன்

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  13. I simply love this chocolate fudge!!! Yumm!!!

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  14. Thank u soo much it was sooo easy prepared it nd turned out well

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  15. For how many days can we store them?

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  16. Padhu, can I replace cocoa powder with a good quality cooking chocolate ?

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  17. You can grate it finely or melt it slightly and add.

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  18. Thank you for the recipe. I was not able to make the dough like chapati dough. It was not so tight and so not able to make the cylindrical shape. I added milk too and managed somehow to make that. But still while cutting, it has broken. Where did i go wrong?

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    1. It is a very easy recipe. Milk is not necessary at all for this recipe, but in case if you need, you can add 1 or 2 tsp of milk. You should make a smooth dough. If the dough is not smooth, it tends to break.

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    2. Thank you. But the fudge tasted excellent!

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  19. Do we need to roll only in butter sheet? Or normal food roll sheet is also ok and were do we get butter sheet. Want to try this for diwali kindly reply me.

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    1. It is just parchment paper. You can roll it in aluminium foil also. You can get butter paper in shops which sell baking accessories.

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  20. Thanks i tried and it turned good.Not able to add pic here. I refer your blog for many recipes and so far what ever i tried turned out good.
    Happy Deepavali Padhu.

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  21. I tried this recipe it's delicious . Very easy and simple.

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  22. Hi padhu, is it butter paper s mandatory or can I use Tupperware box?

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    1. You can use butter paper or aluminium foil.

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  23. Hi Padhu
    Instead of condensed milk.Can I use regular milk.

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    1. No. you must use only condensed milk for this recipe.

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