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Sour Cream Fudge

I found this in a 1970 Kentucky community cookbook that my Mom had. I haven't made it yet but I think it sounds heavenly.

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  • Mix first 5 ingredients in large saucepan.
  • Cook on med-hi to soft ball, (238 degrees).
  • Cool to 110 degrees.
  • Beat for 2 minutes.
  • Add pecans.
  • Spread in buttered 8in square pan.
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"I found this in a 1970 Kentucky community cookbook that my Mom had. I haven't made it yet but I think it sounds heavenly."
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  1. madelanie5
    MizzNezz ---- If you still haven't tried this Sour Cream Fudge recipe, do try it. My family has been making it for about 50 years now. It's a favorite for just about anyone who likes sour cream anything! Great for gift giving. Some recipes call for 1/2 cup chopped, candied cherries --- ok, but my family likes chopped, "moist" dried apricots instead.
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  2. madelanie5
    MizzNezz ---- If you still haven't tried this Sour Cream Fudge recipe, do try it. My family has been making it for about 50 years now. It's a favorite for just about anyone who likes sour cream anything! Great for gift giving. Some recipes call for 1/2 cup chopped, candied cherries --- ok, but my family likes chopped, "moist" dried apricots instead.
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  3. MizzNezz
    I found this in a 1970 Kentucky community cookbook that my Mom had. I haven't made it yet but I think it sounds heavenly.
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