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from top to bottom, cutting through the peel but not the fruit.

soften cream cheese in microwave -- don't melt, simply soften -- about 30 seconds. Cook without stirring until the temperature reaches 300 (hard-crack stage about 12 minutes) on a candy thermometer.

Add 1 package Liquid Certo, bring to boil and boil hard for 1 minute more.

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Let the simple sugar cool a bit, and transfer it to a large covered mixing bowl. cold water. Bring water and 2 cups sugar to a simmer in a large saut&233; pan.

Chop the chocolate in small pieces.

Melt chocolate, shortening, and paraffin in a double boiler. Stir the oil and the sweetener into the melted chocolate. .

Combine sugar and hot water, stir until dissolved. .

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From candied citrus peel to chocolate covered cherries, we have recipes for all the best fruity confections.

Add the sliced orange peel and simmer for two to three hours, longer is better. begin to add powdered sugar by cup fulls -- work into cream cheese.

If desired, sprinkle lightly (just a few grains per slice) with salt. .

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Place the chocolate in a double boiler or a heatproof bowl set over a pot of over simmering water.
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Start by peeling the oranges.

In small sauce pan, dissolve 1 cup sugar in 1 cup water, add the peels and simmer for about 45 minutes or until the peels are translucent.

Then, dip the bon bon in chocolate. Strain the peels and set them aside. cold water.

Remove from heat and immediately ladle the hot jelly into sterile jars leaving inch headspace. Remove the segments of peel carefully, trying not to tear them. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until sugar dissolves. . Remove from heat and immediately ladle the hot jelly into sterile jars leaving inch headspace. cold water.

I think it has the best orange flavor, more so than Brachs brand.

. Start by peeling the oranges.

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4-12 cups sugar.

Stir the oil and the.

If desired, sprinkle lightly (just a few grains per slice) with salt.