web analytics

Salted Dark Chocolate Liquorice Fudge – 4 ingredients, ridiculously easy and supremely delicious.

salted dark chocolate liquorice licorice fudge

Typing whilst ‘tasting’… The perfect way to blog a recipe!

 ”All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt”

– Charles M. Schulz

salted dark chocolate liquorice licorice fudgeSalted Dark Chocolate Liquorice Fudge

(36 pieces)

1 tin (395g /14 oz) sweetened condensed milk

400g dark chocolate (14 oz)

2 1/2 tbsp liquorice powder

Sea salt

 


Easy, delicious, salted dark chocolate liquorice/ licorice fudgeMETHOD:

1. Line a 20 x 20 cm baking dish with baking paper or greaseproof paper (8 x 8 inch).

1. Empty the tin of sweetened condensed milk into a microwavable container.

2. Break up the dark chocolate and add it to the condensed milk together with a good pinch of sea salt

– Don’t stir in the chocolate.

3. Microwave on full effect for 1 1/2 minutes, then stir.

4. Microwave on full effect for another 1 1/2 minutes, then stir.

5. Microwave for an additional three minutes, stirring every minute.

(So 6 minutes in the microwave in total)

After the sixth minute, you might notice that the texture has changed slightly. A few bubbles around the edges – this is totally fine (but not essential – don’t worry if there are none). Continue to stir until it is once again smooth.

6. Add the 2 1/2 tbsp liquorice powder, and stir until it’s thoroughly combined.

7. Pour the fudge into the pre-prepared baking dish, and cool in the fridge.

8. After about 15-20 minutes crush two large pinches of sea salt over the fudge.

9. After a couple of hours you can lift the baking paper and fudge out of the tray and use a sharp knife to cut it into 36 pieces.

…Voila!

 

Salted Dark Chocolate Liquorice Fudge – delicious as a little treat after dinner; mid-morning; mid-day… And a perfect present for somebody special.

Linking Dark Chocolate Liquorice Fudge with #TastyTuesdays, #RecipeoftheWeek & #Bakeoftheweek 

Easy, delicious, salted dark chocolate liquorice/ licorice fudge

 

Share and Enjoy

  • Facebook
  • Pinterest
  • Twitter
  • Delicious
  • StumbleUpon
  • Email
  • Add to favorites
  • RSS

23 Comments

  1. Sounds and looks yummy! I’ve already tried chocolate with sea salt and loved it, so I’m sure this is delicious 🙂 Those sugar and salt combinations always turn out great!

    • I totally agree with you, there’s something magic about the mix… I’ve bought some 90% chocolate now for some experimenting over the weekend 🙂

    • Ooh yes, a whole new world is opening up to you! It’s so EASY!! No boiling, no thermometers… And with the condensed milk & chocolate base you can do as many variations as you like…
      I’ve tried a lot of mint flavors before – but I can tell you in advance that peppermint – no matter how much chocolate is in it – tastes like toothpaste! 🙂

    • Haha… Well, there are other recipes that use milk and sugar instead of condensed milk, and you CAN exchange the milk for coconut milk if you want a lactose free version… So it might not have been ‘totally’ wrong 🙂
      So glad you liked it <3

    • It’s ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS! Nothing else I can see… It just disappeared a bit too quickly! There’ll be another batch on the go right away 🙂

  2. So the Danish half of me was instantly attracted to this recipe of course – no surprse then that it’s from Scandinavian:-) I must get hold of some liquorice powder as this fudge looks awesome! #TastyTuesdays

    • Fantastic! Sorry to say it (due to my Swedish readers!) but the Danes do know how to do liquorice 🙂 …Just booked flights to UK and the return is via Copenhagen …Immediate thought: YAY! The liquorice shop!

  3. Wow that sounds so yummy, what a fabulous recipe, I can see my daughters loving this I can’t wait to try it out as I have never cooked with liquorice powder before. #tastytuesdays

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with *.

Pinterest
Email
Print