Iriski a Soviet Candy… (Recipe)

This recipe will allow you to make one of the iconic candies that Soviets and now Russians love. It is very simple, it lasts forever on the shelf and variations of this candy can be found in every store across Russia…

The best made candy is what you make yourself and you will find no easier candy to make…

Ingredients:

  • 4 oz real butter
  • 4 oz sugar
  • 1 oz real honey
  • 14 oz sweet condensed milk

Lets Make:

1. Mix butter and sugar in a sauce pan, on low heat. Stir until the butter melts and the mixture becomes well mixed…

2. Now add the honey and all of the condensed milk. Stir continually and bring the mixture to a boil on medium heat…

3. Then turn the heat back to low and cook the mixture for 10-15 minutes or until it becomes a deep brown color.

4. Important: Stir continuously to avoid burning at the bottom of the pot. Keep stirring please…

5. Have already ready: Grease the mold that you’ll pour your caramel into, (preferably a glass one). Pour the mixture into the mold once it’s done and brown, and let cool completely…

6. When cooled remove from the mold….Cut the caramel into tiny squares and wrap each in a wax paper….if you desire to do it the Soviet way…

The candies are very popular, just drop one in a cup of hot tea. It does not melt fast at all and it will flavor your tea to the last sip…

WtR

Russian candy or Russian chocolate (Finnish: kinuski; Russian: ириски-тянучки iriski-tyanuchki) is a very sweet toffee-like dessert made by carefully heating equal amounts of milk or cream and sugar.

Source: Russian candy – Wikipedia

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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