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Removing Fudge from the Pan Tip

Prepare the pan you pour your fudge into ahead of time by spraying it with Pam. Then cut a strip of waxed paper about 4 inches wider than your pan, press it into the bottom of the pan. It doesn't have to reach to both ends of the pan. Spray again lightly with Pam. Pour your fudge into the pan.When it cools and is ready to cut, turn the pan upside down on a cutting board. Grab the waxed paper on each side and pull. The fudge will drop out onto the board and be ready to easily be cut into squares. No broken pieces trying to remove the first couple from the pan.


By Harlean from Hot Springs, Arkansas

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