Five Minute Nutty Fudge

“Come ..Fall in Love”…it is so true..I am talking about most watched and my all time favorite movie DDLJ( Brave – Hearted Will Take the Bride). I really fell in love with that movie... I don’t remember how many times I must have seen this movie…still, I will watch it as if I am seeing it for the first time. All the dialogues are so heart touching…my fav is Hum to Apne Desh ko Hamare Dil Mai Rakthe Hai” and I also love this line…"Aise Bade Bade Deshome Aisi Choti Choti Bathe Hothi Rehthi Hai"… I have seen it so many times that I remember every dialogue and scenes by heart. Oh God.. My daughter is a very big fan of SRK like mom. She watched this movie too with us without blinking her eye. At the end, when she saw SRK being slapped, she din’t want to see that part and asked us to fast forward it. So cute... Nice way to start a Valentine weekend. Valentine's Day without a sweet(chocolate) ..no way. Thought of making this simple fudge, which is chocolaty, nutty and a little kick to it for my two Valentines in the house:-). I have added few pinches of chili powder for just a kick when you swallow. Ya, as mentioned it only takes five minutes to make this but you have to refrigerate for 2 hours.
Ingredients:
Semi – sweet chocolate – 1 bar Condensed milk – 1 can Vanilla Extract – 2 spoons / 2 tsp Chili Powder – 2- 3 pinches (optional) Pecans & Walnuts (chopped) – 1 handful each (1/2 cup combined)
Method:
  • In a bowl, put chocolate pieces and one can of condensed milk.

  • Microwave it for 2- 3 minutes on high heat.
  • When the chocolate has melted, add vanilla extract, chili powder, nuts and combine together.
  • Cover a foil over a 9 inch square pan, so that it will be easy to remove the fudge from.
  • Pour the fudge mixture in it and refrigerate for 2 hours or more or until it becomes solid.

  • Then remove the foil and cut the fudge to required shape and size.

My Nutty five minute Fudge goes to "Lets Go Nuts" hosted by Aquadaze with my choice of both Walnuts and Pecans.

It is also off to Recipes for the rest of us - Dessert hosted by Varsha and also Ramki of One Page Cookbook.

It is also off to EFM - Microwave Oven Series hosted by Srilekha.

It also goes to' Just For You ' Event hosted by Alka.

26 comments:

Priya said...

Woww am drooling over the fudge, wat a prefect fudge for chocoholic like me..yummy they r, gonna try soon, love the addition of chilly powder too..

Trupti said...

Wow Ashwini, Fudge looks very delicious & easy to make.
Hey I made ur eggless cookies. They turned out preety good. Check out my blog for the photo.

aquadaze said...

wow, the fudge looks delicious! thanks for the entry ashwini :)

Deepa Hari said...

Fudge looks Yum Ashwini....nice recipe....adding chilli powder is a good idea..Happy Valentines Day!

Maya said...

Wow, this post makes me nostalgic, firstly with DDLJ and then your yummy looking fudge. DDLJ was such a hot favourite and still is..Mom used to make similar fudge with Milkmaid, if I remember I think they had it in their recipe booklet and we used to pester her to make it all the time.(sigh!good old days)..Happy V day Ashwini!!

Maya said...

Not sure if my long comment went thru, but your fudge looks really delish..Happy V day!

Swapna Pravin said...

Sounds easy & delicious... will try soon:) lovely dessert.

Smitha said...

Wow Ashwini!
Fudge looks so yummy. Love DDLJ too

sowmya said...

they look cool..nice recipe..will try it sometime..

Nithya Praveen said...

This is so quick...wonderful recipe.I love DDLJ too and the dialogue that u mentioned..hum apna desh.....One of the best SRK movies.

Poonam said...

looks yummy and easy too...great...

Happy cook said...

Wowo it only took five minutse to make these delicous fudge.
WOW

Archy said...

fudge looks so chewy and tasty !! Simple and easy way to make.. wonderful entry Ashwini !!
loved it !!

Usha said...

The fudge looks awesome, chili powder in fudge sounds intriguing...love DDLJ, there is something about that movie.....:-)

LG said...

woow super easy and delicious recipe kanri..yummo

LG said...

houdu..chili powder idena recipeli..? yenakke?

Madhuram said...

Wow that's a mouth watering fudge Ashwini. It's so simple to prepare too.

Yesterday I prepared adai and included 2 tablespoons of tomato puree and it was definitely good Ashwini. Slightly tangy and the adai also had a mild red color. Thanks for this idea as well.

Ashwini said...

Thank You everybody for taking time and visisting my blog..and leaving wonderful comments.

LG - Adding chilli powder is just a twist..when you swollow the sweet you can feel little kick along with sweetness. You can also use chayamm pepper..You can also skip that too. It is just a pinch..you will not feel the spice. You get chocolates too with little chilli powder..try it..

Yasmeen said...

rich chocolatey treat and so quick to make,I'm drooling:).And now you are tempting me to watch the movie again:)

Pavithra Kodical said...

Wow...Yummy and mouthwatering recipe..Great entry dear..

Varsha Vipins said...

Join the club!am also a big fan of SRK..:)The fudge is so easy n yummy.:)
Thanks for sending in to RFRU

Madhu's cooking gallery said...

Looks super Yum! Love to take a bite!

Abilashini Sapthanaa said...

Hi..
this recipe came out well..
i have taken a snap of it and will post it inmy site before the EOD..

visit : abikitchen.blogspot.com

Abilashini Sapthanaa said...

Hey Ashwini,

I have posted the recipe and here is the link of my site. A slight modifications was done.. still the whole credit goes to you.

http://abikitchen.blogspot.com/2009/03/nutty-fudge-ingredients-dark-chocolate.html

onno david said...

Wow.. Nutty chocolate fudge looks so yummy. I made this for my girls 2 days ago (yeah i am a big fan of yours) and they love it.

ANJALI J. said...

ashwini, i loved this recipe.. u have a nice blog.. neevu yelli auru?