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Does anyone have a recipe for sponge toffee?
- AnswerLadyLv 42 decades agoFavorite Answer
Old Fashioned Sponge Toffee
3/4 cup Corn Syrup
3/4 cup white sugar
4 tsp. baking soda
Combine the corn syrup and sugar in a saucepan and bring to a boil, stirring often. When the mixture thickens substantially, drop a ball into a glass of cool water. It should turn into a thread of candy and become very brittle.
At this point, add the pre-measured baking soda and stir the still-boiling mixture rapidly. The mixture will rise so you have to have this in a deep saucepan and keep stirring it.
When the color turns a really nice golden brown and is hard to stir, pour it into a buttered pie plate or bar pan. Let settle and cool until hard.
- 2 decades ago
HowTo Make Santa's Sponge Toffee
Submitted by Santa B. Claus
Okay Now Everyone think back when you were a kid and you went to a little corner store, and for a nickel you bought the best tasting, mmmmmmm toffee... Well I found the recipe and it is very easy and is funny to make with the kids or grandkids, or boyfriends, or girlfriends, or your pet goldfish... who cares.... make it and savor the taste and remember better days a while ago...
All Done In The Microwave This Time....
1 cup of sugar
1 cup dark corn syrup
1 tbsp vinegar
1 tbsp baking soda
Combine sugar, corn syrup and vinegar in a large mixing bowl or casserole (2 quart size).
Cook, uncovered on full power 3 minutes. stir well.
Continue cooking on full power 6-10 minutes, stirring occasionally, until thickened and is 300f.
Test with thermometer or by dropping small amount in cold water. (should be brittle threads) quickly stir in soda, mix well.. Mixture will foam up...
Pour into a buttered foil-lined 8 in. square backing dish..
Let stand until firm, remove from dish and break into pieces...
- shire_maidLv 62 decades ago