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Hash Oil Hard Candy
Posted 11 December 2010 - 12:21 AM
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So do you think 1 to 2 grams of honey oil wil be enough for the recipe or should i shoot for more then that? My wory is that Ill either make it to weak and not get any results from the candy or it wil be too strong if there is suc a thing as too strong lol.
im no expert on cooking with hash oil, but im pretty sure two grams will FUCK you haha
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2 cups white Karo Syrup
2 cups sugar
1 tsp. flavoring oil
6 drops food coloring (to match chosen flavor)
In a heavy saucepan with deep sides, combine Karo syrup and sugar. Boil to hard crack stage (300-310°F on a candy thermometer). Remove pan from heat and add flavoring oil (orange oil, lemon oil, cinnamon oil, peppermint or spearmint oil, etc).
Add a food coloring to match the chosen flavor (yellow for lemon, red/orange for orange, red for cinnamon, green for mint).
Carefully pour mixture into a well buttered or oiled pan. Allow to cool long enough so that the candy may be scored into small pieces by running a buttered knife through without the mixture running together. When candy has cooled completely, break the scored sections into pieces. Store in a cool dry place in an airtight container.
Caution: Sugar mixtures are VERY hot and will cause severe burns. Have a bowl of ice water close by, just in case. This same mixture can be used to make lollipops. Arrange lollipop sticks on a sheet of oiled parchment, silicone or wax paper and pour a circle of candy mixture around top of stick to desired size. For larger lollipops, use a lollipop mold. When lollipops or candy has cooled, wrap decoratively in clear candy film (available at craft supply stores) and tie with colored butcher's string or raffia.
This is the recipe i was going to use for the candy i figured if i just went ahead and posted the recipe maybe someone could just say the amount of hash oil for this recipe.
Again thks for your help
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