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I wanted my fudge to taste like what we get here in New Orleans from a place called "The Fudgery." They make it the old-fashioned way, with big copper kettles and a huge marble slab. You can still make excellent fudge without this equipment though. This is a Martha Stewart recipe for chocolate fudge with my own instructions. Follow the steps exactly and you will have smooth, creamy chocolate fudge, similar to what you'd buy at a candy store. After you've made fudge this way a few times it'll become like second nature to you; it's not really difficult at all. Martha says: "Little pieces of satin ribbon transform these squares of fudge into the tiniest of gifts." NOTE: Do not attempt to double this recipe--the results will not be the same. If you want big, thick pieces, use a loaf pan.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (859 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1