This Scottish version of fudge is melt in your mouth but not chewy. It may take a little practice but follow the recipe and all will be well. Enjoy!
Great recipe Susan! a nice twist to an old favourite that we used to make as kids. Thank you. - 19 Aug 2009
Something else. How long will they keep for? Wanting too make them as gifts - 07 Nov 2010 (Review from Allrecipes UK & Ireland)
I missed out the chocolate and didn't stir so much at the beginning as it seemed to take ages for the sugar to dissolve otherwise, I just gave it an occasional stir and a swill round. I also used another pan to pour into when it finished cooking as it seemed to catch quite easy on the bottom. I only needed to stir it for a little while which was great although it didn't pour out of the saucepan and spreading it was hard work even with a hot metal spatula!!!But great if you want fudge that sets!!!Also try the peanut butter fudge that was so easy and very tasty!!! - 26 Feb 2010 (Review from Allrecipes UK & Ireland)